Rocket League: Collector’s Edition Features Bonus DC Comics-Inspired Goods

For those that still haven’t picked up the game yet, Rocket League will see another retail [...]

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For those that still haven't picked up the game yet, Rocket League will see another retail release next month, with a Collector's Edition that's being distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. This is a pretty big deal, and with what's just been announced in the package, fans may find some tremendous value in picking it up.

In a new blog post, the developers at Psyonix confirmed some special bonus goodies for the Collector's Edition of the game when it releases on December 7th, and they'll be worthwhile ones for DC Comics fans. That's because the package features exclusive wheels based on the Flash. As you can see in the screenshots above and below, the wheels look distinctively like Flash logos. In addition, there will also be special Player Banners available, including ones featuring the DC Comics logo, as well as the Flash. (And you can name your vehicle "B. Allen" if you feel up to it.)

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The Collector's Edition of the game will also come with plenty of great downloadable content on the disc as well, including DLC like Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars and Chaos Run, as well as premium DLC battle-cars like the Aftershock, Marauder, Esper and Masamune. You'll also find a cool limited Art Print created by Psyonix concept artist Jay Zhang.

Now for those that don't wish to invest in a physical copy of the game – you probably already own it – there's no need to fret. Psyonix has made it clear that owners will be able to purchase The Flash and DC Comics content in 2018, with a "future opportunity." A date wasn't given yet, but it shouldn't be too far off. So, yes, you'll get you crack at these goods as well, as they won't be limited to this retail release.

The retail version of the game is set to sell for $29.99, which isn't too bad at all considering what's all included. It's just for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, though – the Nintendo Switch version, which launches this Tuesday, will already have its fair share of exclusive content, including the Mario, Luigi and Metroid cars. There's a possibility it could get the Flash goodies down the line, though. We'll see what Psyonix has planned.

Rocket League is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and releases this Tuesday for Nintendo Switch.