Psyonix Games has this week unveiled the second DLC pack for Rocket League, their fast paced car-based sports title which has become insanely popular.
It’s called Revenge of the Battle-Cars and brings with it a throwback to Psyonix first game, which was similar to Rocket League, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. This DLC adds a total of two new “classic” cars, 12 new decals, three new paint types, two new wheels, two new rocket boosts, four new toppers, two new antennas, and five new Trophies for players to grab.
In addition to this new paid content, as always Psyonix is also releasing some free DLC to the game, which brings two new variations of existing arenas, Urban Station (Night) and Utopia Coliseum (Dusk).
According to Psyonix these are the last “regulation style” maps you’ll see for some time, as the team are working on new arenas which focus on more “unusual” layouts and settings. There’s also some new music on the way, community and country flags, and general optimisation updates will also come along with the DLC.
Check out the DLC in action, below.