Rocket League and Hot Wheels have teamed up to bring 2 of the most iconic cars to the game: Bone Shaker and Twin Mill. Cars will be sold separably and will include exclusive decals with your purchase. Check out the trailer below.
The Hot Wheels DLC will be available on February 21st.
Instead of a soccer goal, there looks to be a gigantic basketball goal. The defender would have to jump up to block the ball, which means goal tending is legal? This mode already looks like it will be a lot of fun and will require some skill for sure.
No date has been announced yet, but it’s safe to assume it will hit sometime this month, just in time for the NCAA madness of March.
2015 was a fantastic year for video games. We got a number of triple A titles along with some surprises hits as well. With that being said, It was definitely a challenge to narrow it down to just 10 games, but I managed to do it. Now here are my top 10 most favorite games of 2015:
The breakout hit video game of 2015 was recently rated on the Taiwanese Game Software Rating Regulations board. This leads to speculation that an announcement could be coming soon.
Rocket League is currently available on PS4 and PC with cross-play functionality between both platforms. If Psyonix is able to break down the console barriers even further and have cross-play between all 3 platforms, this could be the start of a wonderful thing. There is no word on when this will happen, but I will keep you updated.
The team over at Psyonix has announced the Supersonic Fury DLC pack for their surprise hit of the summer. The pack gives players more customization options such as 2 new cars, 6 new decals for each new car, 5 new paint jobs, 2 new rocket boosts, and 2 new wheels. The price for the content has not been announced yet, but there will also be some free content as well. The new game update will include a free new arena, Utopia Coliseum, and a spectator mode.
All of this content will be coming in August, but no date has been specified. Check out the trailer below.