Free and Paid Rocket League DLC Revealed

Rocket LeagueSince release Rocket League has become one of the most talked about games this summer, catching many by surprise, and more content will be coming next month.

Detailed on the PlayStation Blog, August will bring new maps, vehicles, game modes and trophies to the game, some free and some paid (at a fair price).

One of the paid DLC packs is The Supersonic Fury DLC Pack, costing €3.99, and will add two new cars to the game. These are Dominus, an American muscle car, and Takumi, a Japanese street racer, both of which will have six new decals for each.

As for the free DLC, a new map called Utopia Coliseum will be added as well as 70 country flags (AngryJoe might get his Puerto Rico flag after all), updates to goal and demolition explosions, a new song from Hollywood Principle and a Spectator Mode (some commentary would be a cool addition with that).

Psyonix yesterday Tweeted that Rocket League has been downloaded over 5 million times, no doubt helped on by being a PlayStation Plus offering, which you can still pick up until August 4th free. It is also very popular on Steam costing €19.99.

“We’re extremely excited about the success of Rocket League since its launch in PlayStation Plus on 7th July – we couldn’t have done it without you!” said Psyonix on the PlayStation Blog post.

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