Rocket League Ultimate Edition Announced, Comes With Batman-Themed Cars

Rocket League Ultimate Edition Announced, Comes With Batman-Themed Cars

A new physical collection for Rocket League.

Psyonix and Warner Bros. Interactive today announced Rocket League: Ultimate Edition which features the base game and 16 DLC Battle-Cars and assorted cosmetic items. The physical edition comes out on August 28 and will retail for $39.99 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and $49.99 for the Nintendo Switch.

The new Ultimate Edition includes all the content you'll find from the base game, Collector's Edition, and DLC packs, but also comes with some new content packs as well. Since Warner Bros. is helping with the release you might find that there's some cameos from DC properties in this collection. The new packs include:

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Car Pack
  • Chaos Run DLC Pack
  • DC Super Heroes DLC Pack
  • Revenge of the Battle-Cars DLC Pack
  • Supersonic Fury DLC Pack
  • Aftershock, Esper, Marauder, Masamune, Proteus, Triton, and Vulcan DLC Battle-Cars
Rocket League Batman v Superman car.

For a full list of countries where the Rocket League Ultimate Edition is coming out, check out Psyonix's official blog post here.

Rocket League previously released the Collector's Edition in 2016 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the title. A physical version of Rocket League Collector's Edition was later released for the Nintendo Switch.

There has been plenty of changes to Rocket League over the years. Psyonix recently announced a new Fortnite-like battle pass called "Rocket Pass" which should be coming this summer. Rocket League's Championship Series is also in its 6th season.

For more on Rocket League check out our Rocket League guide for tips, starter guides, and more.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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