‘Rocket League’ arrives physically on PS4 on June 24

Popular independent developer Psyonix Studios has successfully launched a vehicle and sports game called Rocket League, whose success in downloads on different platforms has allowed the company to launch three large DLC packs called Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars and Chaos Run.

Now all this content will arrive in a single physical delivery, which will include additional content and the added advantage of having the full weight of the game and its DLC on an external drive, in addition to the box with an original design of the game. The company has finally announced that the physical launch It will take place on June 24 in Europe and later on July 5 in North America for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Just as they have declared the developer and the distributor 505 Games, the physical version of the game called Collector’s Edition, includes four new vehicles that will make their debut this time, to add more players to the already 12 million users worldwide. Additionally, a new game mode closer to basketball is expected in this month’s update.


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