The 1963 Aston Martin DB5 — essentially the most recognizable of all of the James Bond vehicles — crosses over to Rocket League starting July 29.
Because of a cope with MGM (and, one assumes, the carmaker, too), gamers can get the star of 1964’s Goldfinger for 1,100 Credit from the Merchandise Retailer on Thursday. Psyonix stated in a information launch that extra of James Bond’s automobile fleet can be made accessible later this 12 months. That is all presumably a tie-in with No Time to Die, the newest Bond flick, which was initially because of premiere in 2020 however was delayed repeatedly by the COVID-19 pandemic. The movie, Daniel Craig’s final as Bond, can be launched Sept. 30.
In Rocket League, the Aston Martin DB5 makes use of the Octane hitbox. It doesn’t come geared up with pop-out machine weapons, a rotating license plate, a rear-window bullet defend, or an ejection seat. Nevertheless it does have a rocket enhance, and it drives round with the true DB5’s signature engine word.
The automobile is a part of a bundle that features 007’s Aston Martin DB5 Wheels, though they will solely be geared up on this automobile. Patrons additionally get the Reel Life Decal.
Rocket League final crossed over with Hollywood in June with a three-car Quick & Livid bundle, every of which additionally provided a Reel Life Decal.