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Psyonix announces Rocket League: Ultimate Edition

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Psyonix announces Rocket League: Ultimate Edition

Psyonix has announced a new version of Rocket League for retail. Warner Bros. Interactive will release Rocket League: Ultimate Edition around the world in August.

The Ultimate Edition of the game contains the base game and all of the content from the Collector’s Edition. There are 16 DLC Battle-Cars included and a collection of cosmetic items as well. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Car Pack
  • Chaos Run DLC Pack
  • DC Super Heroes DLC Pack
  • Revenge of the Battle-Cars DLC Pack
  • Supersonic Fury DLC Pack
  • Aftershock, Esper, Marauder, Masamune, Proteus, Triton and Vulcan DLC Battle-Cars

“All of the above will be on-disc or on-cartridge — no code inserts in sight!” Psyonix said.

Rocket League: Ultimate Edition is due out on August 28 in North America for $49.99. It will be available in Europe, Australia, new Zealand, and a handful of other territories on August 31.

The “Ultimate Edition’s” launch likely coincides with the start of the “Rocket League” Rocket Pass, which will add free-to-play and paid premium content to the game on a seasonal basis. Similar to “Fortnite’s” Battle Pass, it will cost $9.99 and allow players to gain ranks and unlock rewards. It’s expected to launch sometime this summer.

“Rocket League” first launched in 2015 and has reportedly amassed a following of over 48 million players. It won or was nominated for more than 150 game of the year awards, including best independent game and best sports/racing game at The Game Awards 2015. It recently celebrated its third birthday with a two-week in-game event featuring an all-new 3v3 anniversary playlist and a new stadium inspired by Psyonix’s 2008 game “Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars.”

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