For a group of organizations that work so closely with the gaming industry, ratings boards seem to be porous when it comes to unannounced projects. The latest potential reveal comes out of Taiwan, as an Xbox One version of Rocket League has been listed.
Developer Psyonix has previously indicated that other platforms beyond PC and PlayStation 4 (on which Rocket League is available now) are in the offing. The listing was spotted by Twitter user Lifelower and confirmed by IGN before the listing was removed.
We’ve reached out to Psyonix for comment. We’ll update should we receive a response. For more, check out our Rocket League review.
Given the success of Rocket League on its first two platforms, the game has enough buzz to make a dent with new audiences. As for developers and publishers, I can’t imagine these kinds of slip-ups by ratings boards are looked upon with fondness.