Prior to the release of F9, a trio of cars from the Fast and Furious Franchise are barreling on to Rocket League. The vehicle package includes the return of two iconic franchise favorites that have been absent since the game went free to play last summer, with the debut of a pivotal custom car from the next sequence. Fans could once again take Dominic Toretto’s Dodge Charger and his dear brother Brian O’Conner’s Nissan Skyline for a ride. Next to the American muscle and the Japanese road runner will be F9Proud Pontiac, rocket boar.
You can buy the bundle of three vehicles, complete with a bunch of decals, for 2400 Credits. Individually, they cost 1000 credits or 300 credits for those who already have the Charger or Skyline. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Fast and Furious celebration without some Reggaeton. So, Rocket League is adding two player anthems, including a new song by Anitta called Get angry and an additional anthem that will be revealed when it comes live.
All vouchers will be available at the grocery store from June 17 to June 30. As a freebie, the title “Tuna, No Crust” – a year at an exchange between lovebirds O’Conner and Mia Toretto – will be available alongside the new car packs. F9, meanwhile, will air on American theaters on June 25th.
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