The Hot Wheels Rocket League Prices Rivals game

  • Hot Wheels and game developer Psyonix have teamed up for a real-life version of their popular over-the-top mashup of soccer and car racing game Rocket League. No speed boosts are included, but two Battle Cars from the game can take to the pitch and try to ram an oversized soccer ball through their opponent goal.

    The Hot Wheels Rocket League Prices Rivals game was unveiled at the Toy Fair in New York, and it comes with authentic Dominus and Octane vehicles from the video game. The set also includes the game ball, a stadium, and a charging base.Both Battle Cars are controlled via Bluetooth from your tablet or smartphone. The built-in scoreboard automatically scores any goals made via an infrared sensor in the ball. Sound effects to match the video game will also be added to the tabletop version.

    The set also includes some codes that will unlock exclusive in-game items for use in Rocket League matches.This isn the first time that Hot Wheels and Rocket League have joined forces. Last year, a DLC for the game added two of Mattel most popular models, Bone Shaker and Twin Mill III.After a hands-on preview session at the Toy Fair, CNET compared it to a foosball game, and they noted that the cars can be set to ten different speed levels.