All Rocket League collabs you need to know about!
Suffice it to say, Rocket League has experienced no shortage of incredible branding crossovers. Rocket League has done some of the most highly-rated collaborations in the Esports industry. In this blog, we'll be talking about some of these most famous collaborations!
Psyonix created and released the video game Rocket League, which mainly features motorized soccer. The game was initially released in July 2015 for PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows, with additional adaptations for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. For the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, 505 Games started distributing a physical retail version in June 2016. By the end of 2017, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment took over distribution. Despite the availability of versions for macOS and Linux in 2016, support for their online services was discontinued in 2020. In September 2020, players could play the game for free.
Up to eight players can be allocated to each of the two teams in Rocket League, which is described as "soccer with rocket-powered cars." In order to gain points during a game, each side must hit a ball into the opponent's goal.
Rocket League Collabs
- Ghostbusters X Rocket League
The Ghostbuster Ecto-1 is returned to Rocket League for a limited time, along with a brand-new upgrade bundle and Stay Puft Goal Explosion. The Ecto-1 was made available through November 22nd in the Rocket League in-game store. The purchase will set you back 1,100 Credits and comes with a pile of extras that’ll have you hunting down the ghosties in style — you also can’t customize it with anything other than what’s listed. The bundle included:
- Ecto-1 Vehicle
- Ecto-1 BK Wheel
- Ecto-1 Engine Audio
- Ecto-1 Reel Life Decal
- Ecto-1 Reel Afterlife Decal
- RTV Trail
- Spirits Boost
- Jurassic World X Rocket League
Rocket League teamed up with their friends at Universal once again to bring one of the greatest movie franchises of all time to Rocket League! The Jurassic World Car Pack DLC was made available on June 18, 2021. Jurassic Park-themed items returned to the pitch last year in Rocket League. The Rocket League Jurassic World DLC contains the Jurassic Jeep Wrangler, the classic T-Rex explosion, and more. Here’s the full list of contents:
Jurassic World Bundle
- Jurassic Jeep Wrangler
- T.rex Goal Explosion
- Jurassic Jeep Wrangler Wheels
- Jurassic Park Player Banner
- Jurassic World Player Banner
- Mr. DNA Player Banner
- Jurassic Park Hard Hat Topper
- Jurassic World Antenna
- Jurassic Park Antenna
- InGen Antenna
- Jurassic Jeep Wrangler Engine Audio
- Hotwheels X Rocket League
Last year, Rocket League developer Psyonix added iconic Hot Wheels vehicles to its popular car soccer video game. This year, Hot Wheels returns the favor, recreating the video game in miniature with the Hot Wheels Rocket League RC Rivals Set. “We’re thrilled to further our partnership with Hot Wheels and bring Rocket League to life with this upcoming toy set,” said Jeremy Dunham, Psyonix’s vice president of publishing, via official announcement. “But that’s just the beginning of what we have planned. You can expect to see some really, really cool things come out of our new Hot Wheels alliance.”
- Twisted Metal X Rocket League
Sweet Tooth is a battle car released on July 7, 2015, based on the vehicle of the same name from the Twisted Metal series. It is exclusive to PlayStation 4 players. Psyonix released a trailer that shows Sweet Tooth's iconic ice cream truck of Twisted Metal fame, as well as numerous other vehicles, partaking in the chaotic soccer game replete with car pileups and acrobatic flips.
As for characters’ unique abilities, a quick teaser reveals that Shyft is able to temporarily become invisible for offensive and defensive purposes, Lupita can create dangerous fiery hazards, Ultimo can utilize temporary invulnerability, and Boxtop can use special packages to both help allies and hinder opponents.
- Fortnite X Rocket League
Ever since Epic Games acquired developer Pysonix, the creators of Rocket League multiple crossovers involving the frantic sports game and Fortnite have occurred - perhaps none as interesting as this one to Fortnite Creative. Rocket League Llama-Rama, also known as Llama-Rama for short, was a collaboration Event in Fortnite: Battle Royale that ran from September 26th, 2020 to October 12th, 2020.
It was the first crossover between Fortnite and Rocket League. It was held as a crossover between Fortnite and Rocket League, to celebrate the game going free-to-play and moving to the Epic Games Store.
With patch 22.10, Fortnite added Rocket League vehicles to Creative! They'll come with unique properties to differentiate themselves from regular Fortnite vehicles.
That's all about some of these interesting collaborations between Rocket League and different companies, Brands, Production houses, etc. We hope this blog gave you an insight into Rocket League's marketing strategies using collaborations.
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