Can You Get Rocket League on Xbox 360?
When Rocket League launched on PS4 and Microsoft Windows back in 2015, it took the world by storm. So many fans might be wondering, can you get Rocket League on Xbox 360?
Originally launched as a free title on the PS4 as part of PSN’s PS Plus promotion, which gives players free games each and every month, Rocket League quickly became one of the hottest titles on the market. It, no doubt, sold through some digital copies via Windows but it’s widely known that a lot of the game’s success came from its free launch on PS4.
Instead of building an ecosystem of players that must first purchase the game — which, right from the start, gates out players who can’t afford to pay for the title — the game launched with an eager and full community of thousands and thousands of PS Plus members. While it likely seemed like a dicey move back then, now, four years later, it’s hard to dispute that it was the right call.
It’s not only a popular game, but a great one too, which is probably why those thousands of players that got the game for free continue to play it today.
Since its launch on Windows and PS4, the game has made its way to MacOS and Linux on the computer side of things, the Xbox One and most recently, the Nintendo Switch. Is it on the Xbox 360, though?
Sadly, Rocket League is not available for purchase or play on the Xbox 360. In fact, it is not available on any of the consoles from last generation which means you won’t be able to play this game on not only the Xbox 360, but the PS3 and WiiU as well.
For the uninitiated, Rocket League is basically soccer except instead of using humans to kick the ball around and into the goals, you use rocket-powered cars. It sounds crazy, and it certainly is, but it is a lot of fun.
At first glance, the game is simple. Play soccer while controlling a car to move the ball to the opposing team’s goal. But, as you’ll realize when you jump into a match, there is a lot more nuance to doing so.
Players can flip, twist and basically fly in the air all while controlling the ball and that’s just the start of how much skill is involved in this game. If you were holding off an Xbox One, Nintendo Switch or PS4, Rocket League is definitely a good argument for why it’s time to upgrade.
If you want to read more in-depth thoughts about how great we think the game is, you can check out our Rocket League review.
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Question: Can you get Rocket League on Xbox 360?
Answer: Unfortunately, Rocket League is not available on Xbox 360, or any previous generation systems. Currently you can purchase the game on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.