Rocket League Launching NASCAR 2021 Fan Pack This Thursday

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Excited for the races? Psyonix

The NASCAR 2021 Fan Pack is set to arrive in Rocket League starting May 6 on all platforms. This latest offering was made possible through a partnership between Psyonix and NASCAR. It comes just days before the NASCAR Cup Series race starts at the Darlington Raceway.

The new bundle is available for 2,000 Credits and has NASCAR gear from the sport’s top teams. By the way, don’t take too long to decide since it is offered only until May 12.

Here’s what players can expect from this bundle:

  • NASCAR Ford Mustang
    • Roush Fenway Racing #6 Decal (NASCAR Ford Mustang) and Player Banner
    • Stewart-Haas Racing #10 Decal (NASCAR Ford Mustang) and Player Banner
    • Team Penske #22 Decal (NASCAR Ford Mustang) and Player Banner
  • NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro
    • Chip Ganassi Racing #1 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
    • Richard Childress Racing #3 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
    • Hendrick Motorsports #9 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
    • Richard Petty Motorsports #43 Decal (NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro) and Player Banner
  • NASCAR Toyota Camry
    • Joe Gibbs Racing #18 Decal (NASCAR Toyota Camry) and Player Banner
    • 23XI Racing #23 Decal (NASCAR Toyota Camry) and Player Banner
  • NASCAR x RL Decal (for each car)
  • ​Goodyear Racing Wheels

 

According to Psyonix, while this bundle won’t be staying long, other similar packs are going to be released during major NASCAR events in 2021.

For those not familiar with the game, the best way to describe Rocket League is it’s like soccer (or football) but with rocket-powered cars. Two teams, each having eight players, use their cars to hit a ball through the goal of the other team and score points. The game features both local and online play with crossplay support. There’s also a choice between single-player and multiplayer modes.

Rocket League was released in 2015 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Initially, it required payment but the game eventually became free-to-play in September 2020.

This is a good time to start playing the game with the Rocket League Academy. Here, players are given guidance from Dean Sunlesskhan on how to become the next legend. The first lesson was on Training & Mentality and the goal was for players to have the necessary mindset to improve their game.

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