Before there was Rocket League, developer Psyonix toyed with the concept of fast-paced vehicular combat in Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. The name’s a mouthful, sure, but those who played the Unreal Engine-based game were among the first to realize that Psyonix has a knack for making cars do crazy things.
Psyonix’s Rocket League is a modern day classic. Following the game’s original release as a PlayStation Plus exclusive game, Rocket League has gone on to sell millions of copies across every major platform. Cars and soccer, it seems, just go together.
But even with all the Rocket League fame, Psyonix hasn’t forgot their past. The developer recently announced that two vehicles from Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars will be the next piece of DLC headed to Rocket League.
The two cars, Aftershock and Maurader will find themselves in the high-octane world of Rocket League on July 5.