Game developer Psyonix and Hot Wheels have shaken hands with each other for a realistic version of their famous and over the top fusion of car racing and soccer game Rocket League. Speed boosts aren’t included, but from the game two Battle Cars can take to the gradient and initiate to ram a bulk soccer ball via goal from their anti.
The Hot Wheels RC Rivals game Rocket League was released in New York’s Toy Fair, and it comes with a veritable Octane and Dominus vehicles from the video game. The set also contains the game ball, a charging base, and a stadium. Both the Battle Cars are controlled through a Bluetooth from your smart handset or PC. The in-built score-board automatically makes scores of any goals through an infrared sensor that’s in the ball. There are sound effects for matching the video game that will also be integrated to the eversion of tabletop. The set also has some code, which will be responsible for unlocking all in-game exclusive items to be used in the matches of Rocket League.
This isn’t happening for the first time where Rocket League and Hot Wheels have teamed up together in the force. Previous year, a DLC for the game integrated to one of the most popular models of Mattel, Twin Mill III, and Bone Shaker. However, this is the first foray into the model of remote-control of the rocket League. A variety of toy cars has been introduced for capitalizing on the familiarity of the game.
Needless to say the developer has been busy launching the Rocket League virtually on almost every possible podium, along with a Nintendo Switch version that had a debut just few months back. It’s one of those few titles that entirely support the play of cross-platform, though; PlayStation has popularly declined several times for participation. It’s also a great hit in the community of eSports having tournaments being broadcast on NBC and X Games.
The Rocket League Rivals RC set by Hot Wheels will be obtainable later this year for an amount of $180.
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