Dying Light/Rocket League Crossover Announced
"Show your true colors."
Techland and Psyonix have announced a collaboration that will bring Rocket League to Dying Light and Dying Light to Rocket League. Dying Light's The Following expansion added dirt buggies to the game, and you can now equip the cars with a Rocket League-themed paint job, as seen in the video below.
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To get the paint job, all you have to do is enter the code "LightMyRocket" here on this website. What looks like a Rocket League-like game mode is also shown in the video above.
As for Rocket League, Techland said some "Dying Light-inspired stuff" is coming to the soccer-with-cars game. However, no specific details were divulged.
"We're huge fans of Rocket League and because both games offer great driving fun, we thought why not just partner up and give fans of both games some unique stuff," Techland producer Tymon Smektala said in a statement.
This is not Rocket League's first partnership with an outside company, as the game also offers the DeLorean from Back to the Future and the Batmobile from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Additionally, the Xbox One version of Rocket League has Halo and Gears of War cars.
"Rocket League's continuing success helped us foster some really awesome partnerships for Psyonix, so when Techland reached out to us we thought being included in a AAA title like Dying Light made a whole lot of sense for both communities," Psyonix social media marketing manager Kyle Lemmon said.
In other Rocket League news, Psyonix has teased that a future update will introduce basketball hoops.
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