Online game developer and writer, Psyonix, introduced immediately that, following its August milestone of 1 million models offered on Steam, Rocket League will add much more nice content material to the sports-action hit with its second DLC Pack, “Revenge of The Battle Vehicles,” due for launch in October.
The upcoming DLC pack options “Scarab” and “Zippy,” two fan-favorite autos from Rocket League’s predecessor, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Vehicles (SARPBC). New Paint Varieties, Decals, Rocket Boosts, Toppers, Antennas, Wheels, Trophies and Achievements are additionally included. Out there for each PlayStation four pc leisure system by way of PlayStation Community and Steam PC, Revenge of the Battle Vehicles will retail for $three.99 USD or its regional equal.
Two FREE alternate variations of present Rocket League arenas: City Station (Evening) and Utopia Coliseum (Nightfall) can even be made obtainable to all gamers, whether or not they buy DLC or not, as a simultaneous launch. New Nation and Neighborhood Flags can even be included within the FREE portion of the replace.
The Full Revenge of the Battle-Vehicles DLC Pack Contains:
- 2 New Traditional SARPBC Vehicles (Scarab and Zippy)
- 12 New Decals (Six for Every New Automobile)
- three New Paint Varieties (Toon Shiny, Toon Matte, Toon Wooden)
- 2 New Wheels (Scarab and Zippy)
- 2 New Rocket Boosts (Accelerato and Battle-Stars)
- four New Toppers (Cavalier, Locomotive, Pixelated Shades, Shark Fin)
- 2 New Antennas (Retro Balls from the Authentic Sport)
- New Trophies (PS4) and Achievements (Steam)
Rocket League has formally offered multiple million models on Valve’s Steam platform and was the #1 promoting sport on Steam for the month of July and a high vendor once more in August. Rocket League was launched on Steam PC and PlayStation four pc leisure system by way of the PlayStation Community on Tuesday, July 7, and has stormed the summer time charts ever since, remaining on Steam’s High-Vendor’s record for 10 straight weeks and counting. Racking up a Metacritic rating of 86 on PC and 85 on PS4, Rocket League’s first downloadable content material pack, “Supersonic Fury,” has offered greater than 600,000 copies since its launch on August 13.