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Rocket League update delivers cross-platform play to Xbox One

It's live at 6 p.m. ET today

Owen S. Good is a longtime veteran of video games writing, well known for his coverage of sports and racing games.

Cross-platform comes to Xbox One today in the latest title update to Rocket League. Gamers in the RC-cars-meets-soccer game will be able to play matches against PC users starting this evening.

The update comes to users at 6 pm ET. It will be reflected in the options menu, where there is a toggle to enable or disable matchmaking with cross-platform competitors.

Cross-platform play does not mean the Playstation 4 — yet. In March, Xbox announced it was opening Xbox One to cross-platform play, with "other consoles" included. However, implementing or including this feature will be entirely up to game developers.

PlayStation 4's Rocket League gamers have been able to play against PC users since its launch last July. It launched on Xbox One in February.

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