It wouldn’t be a new James Bond motion picture devoid of a couple tie-ins, and No Time to Die is evidently sticking to that rule. Psyonix and Epic Online games have revealed that Bond’s Aston Martin Valhalla, the very first hybrid car in the sport, will be obtainable in Rocket League (finish with matching audio, decal and wheels) for 1100 Credits starting Oct seventh. You are going to also discover a few in-sport problems to unlock a Bond-themed avatar border, banner and player title.
Completists will have the selection of purchasing a Bond 007 Selection concerning Oct seventh and Oct thirteenth that includes both of those the Valhalla and the common DB5 for 2,000 Credits. The DB5 was released in July, but this could depict a improved deal for Bond aficionados.
The enlargement just isn’t a surprise when Epic has a lot of income to toss at marketing discounts. This could increase desire in Rocket League among the possibly diehard Bond admirers or newcomers seeking for extra genuine-globe cars and trucks. If practically nothing else, it really should be amusing to enjoy 007 rating a traveling, upside-down target or two.
Reporting by J. Fingas for Engadget.