Psyonix presents a new collaboration with the 007 saga, starring the 1963 Aston Martin DB5.
With everything that has happened in the last two years, it is not strange to have forgotten that No Time to Die, Agent 007’s new movie, is long overdue for its release and, if all goes well, it will hit theaters in the fall. The authors of Rocket League are not forgetting it and have announced a multi-year collaboration with MGM and Aston Martin that will allow us to pilot the Aston Martin DB5 1963 in this popular video game starting tomorrow, July 29.
The 007 Aston Martin DB5 will be available from July 29 to August 4“Featuring the iconic 1963 Aston Martin DB5 with 007 Aston Martin DB5 paint finish (resembling Aston Martin’s signature Silver Birch color), Aston Martin DB5 Engine Noise, Aston Martin DB5 Wheels and Reel Life Decal. The 007 Aston Martin DB5 will be available from July 29 to August 4, “he explains. Psyonix in an official statement.
The news is given within the framework of the outcome of Season 3, which will come to an end on August 11, bringing with it numerous rewards. If you are a fan of the character you will be happy to know that the Hitman authors are working on a James Bond game.
Rocket League collaborations
It is not even remotely the first time that Rocket League has entered into a collaboration with a brand other than video games and considering its transition to the F2P model, and its affiliation with Epic Games (a specialist in crossovers) these should continue and grow in the future. The game has had collaborations with Fast and Furious, the NFL, Stranger Things, Rick and Morty, Formula 1, and many more.
So it is not surprising that Rocket League is a highly flexible game, in terms of customization, offering more than 500 billion possible combinations, between paint hues, surface finishes, wheels, tire patterns, engine sounds, hats, antennas and more, not to mention annotation effects.
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