Check out the official Rocket League website for more information on Hot Wheels the update. For $1.99 each, players get one of the cars along with exclusive wheels and six decals.
Just a few days after developer Psyonix announced that the Battle-Cars of Rocket League will become real-life toys, some real-life toys - specifically Hot Wheels - will become Rocket League cars.
If you don't feel like shelling out for the cars, however, Rocket League says that all players will get a shot at scoring some in-game Hot Wheels swag. Players who don't want to shell out for DLC can still deck out their auto with some Hot Wheels swag thanks to random post-match drops.
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Earlier this month, Psyonix has also ventured into expanding the "Rocket League" franchise by releasing real toys in collaboration with Zag Toys. There will be 12 Battle-Cars - including Octane, Dominus, Masamune, Hotshot, Grog, X-Devil, Merc, and Backfire - available this spring, and each vehicle comes with its own miniature Rocket Ball. They will hit the shelves sometime in the spring across North America.