The video game has multiple licensed vehicles making a return.

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June 24, 2021

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Psyonix, a video game developer, announced that its Summer Road Trip, an in-game summer celebration, will begin in “Rocket League” starting July 1, on all platforms. The Summer Road Trip will feature new and returning content, such as cars that will be available for the first time since the game transitioned to free play, as well as numerous Limited Time Modes (LTM).

The cars coming back to Rocket League throughout the Summer Road Trip include the Ford F-150 RLE, the DeLorean time machine from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s “Back to the Future” franchise, the Jeep Wrangler from Universal and Amblin’s “Jurassic World” franchise, as well as K.I.T.T. from NBC’s “Knight Rider.” In addition to the cars, there will be a Summer Formal Bundle to celebrate “Rocket League’s” sixth anniversary on July 7. LTMs that will be available include Heatseeker, Beach Ball, Dropshot Rumble and a new Rocket Labs called Loophole where players will need to score through holes in the floor, instead of standard goals.

For more information about the Summer Road Trip, check out their latest blog post here.

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