The Rocket League Collector’s Edition is now available in retail. The game holds every bit of DLC that has been released for the game in its year of being available, and is in celebration of the game being played by 18 million users worldwide on a wide variety of consoles ranging from PC to Playstation to Xbox.
In addition to spreading out to every major console (the creators have even considered the possibility of the game coming to the Nintendo NX), Rocket League is also now using cross-platform play between the Xbox One and PC, and there’s a possibility of cross-platform play coming to Xbox One and Playstation 4, as well.
The various DLC that will be in the Rocket League Collector’s Edition contains a number of new playing fields, new cars, and new things that you can use to personalize your vehicle. These DLC packs are called “Supersonic Fury”, “Revenge of the Battle-Cars”, and “Chaos Run”.
Also included exclusively in the retail version are four new cars, including the Esper and Masamune (inspired by anime vehicles), and two reimaginings of cars from the video game Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, which Rocket League got its inspiration from.
The Rocket League Collector’s Edition is available in retail stores for 29.99 in American money, ten dollars more expensive than the digital version of the game is.
In addition to cross-platform play on platforms like the Xbox One and the PC, and with Xbox One-Playstation 4 cross-platform play a possibility, we may also be seeing Rocket League come out in 4K in order to capitalize on the upcoming Xbox One Scorpio and Playstation 4 Neo consoles, both of which have been announced in the past few months.
If you want to be one of the millions of gamers that are already tearing it up on the fields of Rocket League, all you have to do is find a copy of Rocket League Collector’s Edition in your local game store.