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Formula 1 arrives in the "Rocket League" on May 20

Formula 1 arrives in the “Rocket League” on May 20

Get the turbine ready! From this Thursday (20), the match ‘Rocket LeagueIt will introduce players to vehicles Formula 1 For gravity players. But you should run as long as there is time, as only the F1 Pack will be available For sale Until the 26th of this month.

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The pack can be purchased for 2,000 points, and costs between $ 19 and $ 20. In fact, the cost of a bugger is 106.20 BRL, based on current currency values.

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The package will contain the following options:

  • Formula 1 2021 (car)
  • Alfa Romeo 2021 poster
  • AlphaTauri 2021 poster
  • Alpine 2021 poster
  • Aston Martin 2021 poster
  • Ferrari 2021 poster
  • Haas 2021 poster
  • McLaren 2021 poster
  • Sticker Mercedes-AMG Petronas 2021
  • Red Bull Sticker 2021
  • 2021 Williams poster
  • Pirelli wheels

If you miss the opportunity, no problem. Items will become available in the game at the end of the year, on a date yet to be revealed.

Periodic missile for mobile

Another novelty that ‘Rocket League’ has anticipated for this year is the release of the mobile game, ‘Sideswipe’, due for release at the end of the year.

Ford F-150 in Rocket League – Photo: Disclosure / Psyonix

Basically, the logic is the same: fight for the ball and score more goals than the opponent. In practical terms, Sideswipe offers faster departures on a smaller, side-view screen, in addition to controls designed for the touchscreen. And just like Big Brother, the new game is completely free.

The vehicles on “Sideswipe” can be customized and integrated into conflicts in various arenas – including soccer and basketball game modes. There is still a new way, as it is always necessary to climb with the ball to reach the goal.

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Sideswipe 'periodic missile
“Sideswipe Cory Missile”. Photo: Epic Games / Disclosure

Prior to its year-end launch, Sideswipe was in the “Limited Regional Alpha Test” for Android users in Australia and New Zealand. Despite the planned launch of ‘Sideswipe’, this does not mean that Epic Games has resolved its dispute with Apple, that is, there is still no Fortnite on the iPhone platform.

With information from Engadget e Rocket League.