Rocket League Toys Are Coming, As Game Passes 26 Million Players
12 "pullback" racing toys based on cars from the game are coming this year.
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Rocket League toys are on the way. Developer Psyonix and toy company Zag Toys today announced an agreement to make toys based on the popular soccer-with-cars game.
The first toys will be "pull-back" racecars that zip across a surface. There will be 12 of these, all of which are based on cars from the game. These include Octane, Dominus, Masamune, Hotshot, Grog, X-Devil, Merc, and Backfire, as well as others that feature different designs.
All 12 go on sale in Spring 2017 at stores across North America; they come packaged inside of the Rocket League ball. Additionally, some of the toys will contain a code for an "exclusive" Rocket Trail and wheel that can be redeemed in Rocket League. Pricing was not announced and there is no word on if any of these are coming to other countries.
These toys will be on display at the North American International Toy Fair in New York later this month. The pullback racers are just the first products from Psyonix's partnership with Zag Toys, so we'll report back later when details on whatever is coming next are shared.
Psyonix also announced today that Rocket League has passed 26 million registered players, up from the 25 million figure that the company announced earlier this month.
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