Psyonix will be getting their spook on this Halloween by releasing some fangtastically scary items for Rocket League.
The full list of item of “tricks and treats” can be seen below:
- “Calavera” Antenna
- “Candy Corn” Rocket Trail
- “Carriage” Wheels
- “Fuzzy Brute” Antenna
- “Fuzzy Vampire” Antenna
- “Pumpkin” Topper
Rocket League's “Revenge of the Battle-Cars” DLC is due out next week and includes two new (or should that be old) cars from its predecessor and other bits and bobs like additional trophies and customisation items. For more on the upcoming DLC pack click here.
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