Rocket League is being added to Xbox Game Pass, according to a listing posted on the Xbox Store.
Though there has been no official announcement from Microsoft, a listing has appeared on the official Microsoft Store stating that Rocket League is now available on Xbox Game Pass. The game's store page also gives you the option to install to your devices if you have a Game Pass subscription.
It seems that the info may have been leaked early, given that Microsoft recently teased something Rocket League related for today's episode of Inside Xbox. The episode airs today at 3 pm ET, 2 pm PT and 8 pm BST, so we'll likely hear the official announcement then.
Rocket League is currently celebrating its three year anniversary with a month-long event. Up until July 23, players can jump into a brand new 3v3 Anniversary Playlist, as well as a new stadium which harkens back to the days of Super-Sonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars. There's also special loot balloons which players can collect to earn new cosmetic items. The cosmetic items are pulled from Rocket League's retired Champions Series Crates, and there's 60 to collect.
Xbox Game Pass is the games subscription service from Microsoft. For a monthly fee, Xbox Game Pass offers players access to a huge library of games, including Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Xbox Live Arcade titles. The list of games changes constantly, with games added in each month (and some also being removed). You can keep track of what's currently available by heading over to our Xbox Game Pass Guide.
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