Rocket League: Collector’s Edition is all set for retail release tomorrow, July 5, in North America. The special edition, available on PS4, Xbox One and PC, was launched in Europe last month.
According to WarpZoned, Psyonix’ special retail disc version of Rocket League comes with several bonus contents such as an all-new Season Mode, which allows gamers to enjoy a single-player experience. Moreover, those who purchase Rocket League: Collector’s Edition will automatically get an exclusive art print, according to the game’s official website.
Another highlight of this collector’s edition of the futuristic sports-action title is the inclusion of the entire three DLC packs that were made available for the game, namely Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars and Chaos Run. The first DLC pack, Supersonic Fury, initially released August last year, brought in various car customization options, according to Destructoid. Two new cars were also introduced: Takumi, the Japanese street racer and Dominus, the American muscle, the post also specified.
The second Rocket League DLC pack, called Revenge of the Battle-Cars, became available October 2015, and it added several items that were inspired by Psyonix’ “first football-game-without-feet, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars.” As listed on US PlayStation Blog, it brought in two Classic SARPBC Battle-Cars, named Scarab and Zippy, as well as three new paint types, 12 new decals, two new rocket boosts called Battle-Stars and Accelerato, two new wheels, five new trophies, among others.
Lastly, Chaos Run, made available in December, as reported by PC Gamer, brought in an apocalypse-themed arena, two new battle-cars named Ripper and Grog, each getting six new decals. There are also new paint types, rocket trails, antennas, toppers and wheels added in this DLC pack.
Also part of Rocket League: Collector’s Edition are four new vehicles which are timed exclusives. As explained on the official website, it means that “Collector’s Edition owners would have early access to the Battle-Cars for a limited number of weeks before they became available for purchase digitally to all players.”
Here’s a video teaser for the Rocket League: Collector’s Edition:
Rocket League, a physics-based soccer video game co-published by Psyonix and 505 Games, was released July of last year. According to the game overview posted on its website, in this game, “players are equipped with booster-rigged vehicles that can be crashed into balls for incredible goals or epic saves across multiple, highly-detailed arenas.” It further read:
“Using an advanced physics system to simulate realistic interactions, Rocket League relies on mass and momentum to give players a complete sense of intuitive control in this unbelievable, high-octane re-imagining of association football.”
Rocket League offers cool features such as extensive Battle-Car customizations which give gamers more than a hundred billion possible combinations. There’s also a split-screen mode of up to four players available locally or online. Game modes for Rocket League include Snow Day, Hoops, Mutators and Rocket Labs. For those interested in online play, an 8-player action is available with options for configurations and various team sizes. Replaying the action is also possible in Rocket League.
As for other Rocket League news, the finals event for the Rocket League Championship Series Qualifier 2 Group Stage was held during the weekend. Here’s a tweet from the game’s official Twitter account, revealing the groups that will compete for the Online Finals:
— RLCS (@RLCS) July 3, 2016
Furthermore, a Rocket League update was released last week. Patch 1.20, according to PlayStation Lifestyle, is a 175 MB download on the PS4. The update for PC is 125 MB heavy while Xbox One version gets an 850 MB patch. Check out this link for the complete patch notes.
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