Rocket League Physical Edition Comes With This Rad-Looking Poster
Collector's Edition's "exclusive" cars are only exclusive for a period of time.
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Psyonix has shared some new details on what's included with Rocket League's soon-to-launch physical version, which is dubbed the Collector's Edition. In addition to the Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run expansions, as well as four new cars, it comes with an "exclusive" art print--and it looks pretty sweet.
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As for the four new cars, Psyonix has now confirmed that they are not fully exclusive to the Collector's Edition, but instead only exclusive for a period of time. People who own a digital copy of the game can buy them after a "limited number of weeks," Psyonix said in a blog post.
Pricing details for these cars outside of the Collector's Edition was not announced, but Psyonix said it plans to share more information at a later date.
The Collector's Edition launches on June 24 in Europe and July 5 in North America. The game will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $30, which is $10 more than digital editions sell for.
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