Celebrate Star Wars Day in Rocket League

Get ready for the droids. Psyonix

Get ready for a different kind of content as everyone is invited to a Star Wars Day celebration in Rocket League. On May 4, content themed after iconic droids in the Star Wars franchise are going to be available to buy at the Item Shop. This offer ends May 16.

The highlight is the Star Wars Droid Bundle available for 2,200 Credits. This bundle features:

  • Decal for the Fennec (C-3PO), Octane (R2-D2), Dominus (K-2SO), and Takumi (BB-8) cars
  • Four Wheels (C-3PO, R2-D2, K-2SO, and BB-8)
  • Two Toppers (R2-D2 and BB-8)
  • R2-D2 Player Anthem (also available separately)
  • "Droid" Player Title

For players who don't have the associated cars, they can get another bundle which has the droid content along with painted versions of those cars.

Players can also get these individual Droid Packs:

  • R2-D2 PACK (800 Credits)
    • R2-D2 Octane Decal
    • R2-D2 Wheels
    • R2-D2 Topper
  • C-3PO PACK (500 Credits)
    • C-3PO Fennec Decal
    • C-3PO Wheels
  • BB-8 PACK (800/ Credits)
    • BB-8 Takumi Decal
    • BB-8 Wheels
    • BB-8 Topper
  • K-2SO PACK (500 Credits)
    • K-2SO Dominus Decal
    • K-2SO Wheels

In addition to what's mentioned, players can claim the "Rust Bucket" Player Title and the Star Wars R2-D2 (Twin Suns) Player Banner in the Item Shop for free.

Released in 2015, Rocket League remains one of the most critically acclaimed sports games. The best way to describe it is "soccer with rocket-powered cars." It combines arcade-style soccer and vehicular mayhem while offering easy-to-understand controls along with fluid and physics-driven competition. The game features almost endless customization possibilities, online ranks, competitive tournaments, offline season mode, multiple game types, and casual and competitive online matches. Players can also join the special "Mutators" where the rules can be changed.

Rocket League is available on PC through the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch. The game became free-to-play in September 2020.

The game was developed by Psyonix. Based in San Diego, California, the studio is seen as one of the leading experts in Unreal Engine technology. Other titles from the studio include Gears of War, Mass Effect 3, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Bulletstorm, Unreal Tournament III, and Unreal Tournament 2004.

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