Still haven’t jumped aboard the car/soccer phenomenon? Well there’s no better time than later this month. Psyonix has announced that they’re bringing Rocket League Ultimate Edition to stores and digital shops at the end of the month.
Rocket League Ultimate Edition will come backed with the base game, as well as 16 DLC battle cars that have come to the title via 6 separate premium packs. These packs include the Chaos Run, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Supersonic Fury DLC. Both the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and DC Super Heroes packs. As well as individual battle cars in the forms of the Aftershock, Esper, Marauder, Masamune, Proteus, Triton and Vulcan.
The Rocket League Ultimate Edition package isn’t just an empty box with codes. The package comes with a disc or cartridge, complete with all the DLC packs, when it launches for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on August 28th.
The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of the game will retail at $39.99. While the Nintendo Switch edition will cost $49.99, presumably due to additional manufacturing costs with the Nintendo Switch’s cartridge based system.
Psyonix is pleased to announce that the upcoming Rocket League Ultimate Edition package is confirmed to be coming to 46 different territories at this point too. To see if your location is getting the retail release, checkout Psyonix’s page with the complete list of countries.
Psyonix has been working hard behind the scenes to keep Rocket League relevant as battle royale games like Fortnite begin to eat up more and more of the gaming market share. The developers have been working on what they’re calling the Rocket League Rocket Pass. It’s essentially the same system as Fortnite’s Battle Pass, just under the Rocket League guise. It should Season 1 of the new feature should be debuting within the game later this summer