Psyonix has yet to cease to amaze the gaming audience with the way the company updates and keeps new content rolling into Rocket League, the multiplayer action-sports title for PC and home consoles. The latest update will bring additional Batmobiles to the game, along with some more content based on DC heroes.
Both vehicles look absolutely awesome, and the intro trailer that introduces both of them to the arenas of Rocket League are put together perfectly. We see both vehicles driving through recreated segments from the 1989 Batman movie and the concrete jungle of Gotham featured in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins. This makes complete sense, given that gamers had been begging Psyonix for the Tumbler, since it seemed to perfectly fit in with the rough and tumble, aerial gameplay of Rocket League.
WB Games and Psyonix announced that the two companies are collaborating once more, but there's more than just two of Batman's most famous vehicles appearing in Rocket League, there's also a collection of other DC-themed content and skins making an appearance, including an Aquaman decal and player banner for Breakout, a Batman decal and player banner for the Paladin, a Cyborg decal and player banner for the Roadhog, a Flash speed force boost and wheels along with a decal for the Venom, a Green Arrow decal and b anner for the Hotshot, a Green Lantern decal and player banner for the Merc, and wheels and decals themed around Wonder Woman for the X-Devil.
Additionally there's a DC player banner that players can wave around to show their support for the comic brand.
The DC Super Heroes DLC pack will become available for gamers starting March 5th for $3.99 across the PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. You will need a full copy of Rocket League to make use of the DLC pack.
Keep note that some of these items are re-releases. Psyonix notes that three of the DLC items in particular were previously available as part of the Collector's Edition, which came out earlier this year. The items include the Flash wheels and player banner, along with the DC Comics player banner.
Of course if you still wanted to get your hands on the other skin packs and banners themed after other popular heroes and characters from the DC roster, such as Wonder Woman and Superman, you'll probably want to keep your eye on the upcoming DLC pack that will go live next month.
It's amazing how long Rocket League has been able to stay fresh and current so many years after it came out, but a lot of people really love the game's core gameplay mechanics and the pick-and-play controls that have allowed Psyonix to move millions upon millions of copies of the action-sports title.