Rocket League went from relative unknown to one of the most popular games of 2015. Psyonix is celebrating the game's success with boxed collector's editions available in retail stores on June 24 for Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.
Psyonix announced Rocket League Collector's Edition in a blog post, detailing all the goodies players can expect to find inside the box. The game will include three DLC packs (Supersonic Fury, Chaos Run, and Revenge of the Battle Cars, an exclusive art print, four cars made available as timed exclusives, and, of course, a disc-based copy of the game.
After a few weeks, the exclusivity on the four vehicles will expire, and they will become available for digital purchase for all players.
And remember, just because you prefer to play PC and your buddy favors Xbox One (or vice versa) doesn't mean you won't be able to bump bumpers in Rocket League's online modes: Psyonix and Microsoft recently announced that cross-platform play will be available in the game later this spring, with an open invitation for Sony to join in.
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Gratz on their succes. I guess there is a market for this bundle, but I have a hard time imagining who. I guess dlc collectors.