The BMW M240i Speeds to Rocket League and the League

Look what's coming to the game.
Look what's coming to the game. Psyonix

The BMW brand has long been associated with speed, performance, and excellence. The good news is that it's preparing to join the Rocket League pitch. In particular, the BMW M240i arrives in the game starting tomorrow, November 4. Don’t take too long to decide since it’s available for a limited period.

In real life, the BMW M240i comes with iconic stylings and power with the 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo 6-cylinder engine. For the game, this vehicle is equipped with a torching rocket boost and a Dominus hitbox. This combination should be enough to let you go airborne to give those assists and goals.

The BMW M240i is priced at 1,100 Credits and comes with:

  • BMW M240i Wheels. Cannot be used by other cars.
  • Signature Thundernight Metallic Decal
  • United In Rivalry Animated Decal. Changes color when going supersonic.
  • Bavarian Hat Topper
  • BMW Player Banner

In addition, the BMW M240i is customizable with other Rocket League items. However, it’s important to note that licensed customization items can’t be used by the BMW M240i.

Joining the League

The BMW M240i isn’t just making its presence in the game but is also showcasing its competitive prowess as part of the RLCS 2021-22 Season. BMW is in fact going to be the title sponsor of the second regional tournament for the European circuit. This competition will be from November 5 to November 7 and matches can be viewed on the official Twitch and YouTube channel.

Before the BMW Rocket League Open starts, there’s a BMW Freestyle Tournament on November 4 at 1:00 p.m. EST. This is an invitation-only event and features 16 of the best freestylers in the world fighting their way in a single-elimination bracket to get a large piece of the $25,000 prize pool.

The participants are:

  • Den
  • Fadez
  • Faith
  • Flytz
  • Gappled
  • Henkovic
  • Jxsh
  • Letho
  • Maktuf
  • Mesko
  • Panther
  • Reel
  • Sours
  • Stonner
  • Trap
  • Tx

By the way, the new season of the RLCS is exciting this year because of the different changes. Read more about it here.

Rocket League is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Initially, the game required a fee but it eventually went free-to-play in September 2020.

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