Rocket League developer Psyonix and Hot Wheels have just announced another new project together: a physical Rocket League toy stadium with remote controlled Hot Wheels cars. The set, which will go for $180 this holiday season, will come with a plastic stadium, two cars modeled after the Octane and Dominus racers, a ball equipped with an IR sensor to automatically log goals, LCD scoreboards, and a charging base.
The set will also come with special DLC codes for Rocket League to enhance the game version as well. The cars themselves will be driveable via Bluetooth through a smartphone app.
This isn’t the first time Hot Wheels and Rocket League have teamed up; Hot Wheels made their debut last year in Rocket League DLC, which means that this partnership will probably continue to provide some interesting, creative ways to play.
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