Rocket League is now available on the Xbox Game Pass

It has been a good month for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, receiving DiRT 4, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3, Human Fall Flat, and several more popular titles last week, with Warhammer: Vermintide 2 set to land tomorrow. However, just as it teased earlier, Microsoft wasn't done with their July plans for the program.

The company announced during its Inside Xbox stream today that Rocket League has entered the subscription service, with it now available for all subscribers on the Xbox One family of consoles.

The Psyonix-developed popular football and rocket car mashup title released on the Xbox One platform in 2016, following the PC and PlayStation 4 launches in the previous year. The game is currently celebrating its anniversary as well, where players can earn cosmetic items for free during the event.

Rocket League also ships with cross-play capabilities, with Xbox One players being able to seamlessly play with and against PC and Nintendo Switch players, with only PlayStation 4 missing from the list.

For those interested, the Xbox Game Pass subscription costs $9.99 a month, and it is available for both Xbox One and Windows 10 users. However, keep in mind that subscribers on Windows 10 PCs will only get access to games with Xbox Play Anywhere functionality.

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