Developer Psyonix announced on Thursday new details for Rocket League’s first paid DLC expansion, Supersonic Fury Pack.
The Supersonic Fury Pack will introduce two new vehicles — the “American muscle car” Dominus and “souped-up Japanese street racer” Takumi — with each car having six different customisable decals from which to choose.
Aside through the addition of Dominus and Takumi, the DLC could have new rocket boosters such as Nitrous and Burnout, two new wheel sets — the Spinner and also the football-themed Cristiano — new trophies and five car colours: Brushed Metal, Carbon Fiber, Metallic Pearl, Pearlescent and Wood.
Jeremy Dunham, v . p . of marketing at Psyonix, confirmed within the PlayStation Blog that Supersonic Fury Pack is scheduled for release at the begining of August and will probably be retailing at $3.99 for the PlayStation Rocket League Crates Store.
Paid DLC won’t be the sole the support that this title receives, as Psyonix is likely to implement a complimentary update which includes a new map, Utopia Coliseum, along with the addition of 70 country flags.
Spectator Mode is usually a long-awaited feature making its solution to Rocket League in the upcoming update, adding the selection for players to look at ongoing matches from “any angle from the arena.”
According to Dunham, the event team is going to be making subtle improvements to goal explosions and demolitions, while electronic artist Hollywood Principle will have among their songs featuring within the title: “Firework.”
Sony included Rocket League as among the downloadable PlayStation Plus titles for your month of July. Psyonix recently tweeted that since Rocket League’s release on July 7, the title has surpassed five million Rocket League Keys downloads.