Players of Rocket League have until the 30th of May to access some Fast & Furious content in the shape of Dom’s Charger as well as some older material like Get Hellcat and Skyline. This offer is only available for a limited time.
It is time to gather the whole family around the television to enjoy the newest content that is currently (for a limited time) accessible on Rocket League. Fans of Rocket League and the Fast & Furious franchise will be able to obtain Dominic Toretto’s Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, Skyline, and a variety of additional decals and pieces of content related to the car beginning on May 17 and continuing until May 30.
Rocket League is taking advantage of the release of the newest film in the franchise, FAST X, which is in cinemas this week by releasing exciting new content. The same thing happened when the previous film was released. The DLC that costs one thousand in-game credits grants access to the vehicle, its wheels, the engine sound, and a selection of decals that may be used.
How to get the new Rocket League cars like Hellcat and Skyline?
This automobile employs the Dominus hitbox (how fitting), and players may also equip the player anthem from the short trailer by unlocking it from the Item Shop. “Gasolina (Safari Riot Remix)” ft. Myke Towers was originally sung by Daddy Yankee, and this remix features Myke Towers.
To reiterate, the downloadable content is valued at 1000 in-game credits. For your convenience, the price is as follows: 500 credits cost £3.75/$4.99, 1,100 credits cost £7.50/$9.99, 3,000 credits cost £18.75/$24.99, and 6,500 credits cost £37.50/$49.99.
Rocket League Fast & Furious Hellcat: 1000 credits
You can ride those with 1000 credits:
- Fast & Furious Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Car
- Fast & Furious Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Wheels
- Fast & Furious Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Engine Audio
- Reel Life Decal
- Hellcat Decal
- Alameda Twin Decal
- Wheelman Decal
- Sinclair Decal
- Stripes Decal
- Flames Decal
Rocket League’s previously released Fast and Furious material will be available again beginning in 2021, along with the brand new Hellcat vehicle that was just added. The cars, decals, wheels, and audio that were available as part of the F9 promotion are now available again for the price of 2400 in-game credits. This content includes well-known vehicles from the film, such as Brian O’Conner’s Skyline.
Rocket League Fast & Furious Skyline: 2400 credits
If you already own the package that was created for the last collaboration, then you definitely won’t want to pass up the opportunity to add the SRT Hellcat to your Rocket League collection of stuff.
- Fast & Furious Nissan Skyline
- Fast & Furious Ice Charger
- Fast & Furious Dodge Charger
- Fast & Furious Pontiac Fiero
- Fast & Furious—inspired Decals, Wheels, and Engine Audio
That’s all you need to know. Do you want to know how to use faking in Rocket League? Keep reading then!
Rocket League: What is the best way to fake in the game?
You may either use team speak or fast chat to say “Take the Shot” or “I Got It” to your other player.
- If a member of your team calls out “I Got It” when you are close to the ball, you should keep driving past it and avoid hitting it.
- If you are some distance away from the ball and a member of your team yells “Take the Shot!” then you are obligated to make yourself available so that the ball can be handed to you immediately.
The following items should be taken care of, more or less:
- A participant will pretend to start the race.
- After being struck by the other team, the ball is then given to a player on your side of the court.
The current frontrunner wins the round.
- As a result of the second player hitting the ball down the patch, the faker is now in a position to grab it and make a goal for the team.
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