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Ford F-150 Coming to Rocket League

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Rocket League announced a new crossover that will see the best-selling vehicle in the United States, the Ford F-150 coming as a purchasable body later this month.

The Ford F-150 has been outfitted with Rocket Boost and is ready to hit the pitch.  The Ford F-150 bundle will be available in the Item Shop from February 20 through February 28.

Check this trailer down below:

Along with the customizable F-150 Rocket League Edition, the bundle includes a bunch of cargo, like the Chairman Decal, wheels, engine audio, unique boost, and a special player banner.  The Ford F-150 RLE bundle can be purchased for 1500 Credits.

Rocket League also announced its own version of a  dunk competition as a two-day event.

Ford is the presenting sponsor for all upcoming RLCS X Winter Majors, including this weekend’s South American Regional Major on February 13-14, but that’s just the beginning of the long-haul! Introducing the Ford + Rocket League Freestyle Invitational: a brand-new event featuring eight of the best Rocket League freestylers putting their skills to the test and competing for an actual 2021 Ford F-150!

The two-day event will take place on February 24 and February 28 ahead of the North American Major Grand Finals live on Twitch. Each competitor will show off their best freestyle moves in hopes of impressing the judges. Stay tuned for more info on the participants who will be competing, judges, hosts, and everything else you’ll need to know about the event!

Following its transition as a free-to-play game, Rocket League now counts with over  75 million players across platforms, thanks to a partnership with Tencent the game was launched for free in China, the developer later announced a worldwide release on the Epic Games Store, PlayStation Network, and the Microsoft Store for free.

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