Rocket League has already hit it big as a digital title for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Psyonix has partnered with 505 Games to push out a Collector’s Edition release this summer to entice everyone else that hasn’t purchased the demolition derby meet soccer, basketball, and hockey game.
The Rocket League Collector’s Edition will release on June 24 in Europe and July 5 in North America for all three platforms. The edition costs $29.99, which is $10 more than the digital version, and comes with a handful of extras.
Three DLC packs are included – Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run – along with four all-new timed exclusive vehicles. Details on the new vehicles and how long they will remain exclusive will be announced later. Psyonix only states it will be a “limited number of weeks.”
Additionally, an exclusive art print will be included in each Rocket League Collector’s Edition case. The print has a cool anime look to it, but don’t expect it to be very large. It has to fit inside a small-ish Xbox One and PS4 case after all.
Psyonix hasn’t announced whether a disk is included with the retail release or simply a digital code. It’s assumed to be the former, but I’ve reached out to the developer.
While exact sales figures are unknown, Pysonix recently boasted that 15 million people have played Rocket League so far. That’s quite the accomplishment for a relatively unknown indie title and allows the developer to continue to provide substantial content updates to the game like the recently added Hoops Mode.