“We’re thrilled to further our partnership with Hot Wheels and bring Rocket League to life with this upcoming toy set,” Jeremy Dunham, Vice President of Publishing at Psyonix stated. “But that’s just the beginning of what we have planned. You can expect to see some really, really cool things come out of our new Hot Wheels alliance.”
This promotion is an offshoot from the huge Hot Wheels collaboration between Rocket League and the toy manufacturer, so it looks like this was a match made in heaven. There’s no pricing or Rocket League Crates release information for the set just yet, but it looks like it’s going to be a blast.
After arriving on the Nintendo Switch in November, there's few places Rocket League hasn't reached -- but soon it will hit the real world. No, not in actual rocket-boosted vehicles, which would be way cooler to watch than a show about its eSports competition. Instead, fans will soon be able to race around in Hot Wheels-brand RC car replicas of the in-game vehicles.