The replica cars will launch next year.

License Global

November 1, 2021

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Funrise has announced a new partnership with video game developer, Psyonix, to create a range of customizable and remote-controlled “Rocket League” replica cars in a deal brokered by IMG. 

The new “Rocket League”-branded collection will feature several customizable cars, including mini-RCs and full-size RCs. The replicas are based on some of the most popular cars from the “Rocket League” franchise, including Octane, Dominus, Fennec and Takumi.  

“We are so excited to welcome ‘Rocket League’ into our family of toys and bring the fun of the game to life for fans around the world,” says Stephanie Simpson Bughi, vice president, global brand marketing, Funrise. “’Rocket League’ engages users in endless fun through a riveting combination of soccer and cars, and we are confident that fans will welcome the expansion of the ‘Rocket League’ world through our new series of cars.” 

The range of Rocket League cars will launch globally in fall. 

“Rocket League” is free to play and available on Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on Epic Games Store. 

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