Today, Psyonix announced that there will be a new line of items coming to Rocket League that will specifically be themed around the WWE. Which the minute we heard this news, we kind of wondered why this hasn’t happened sooner, as it seems like a cool fit for both. According to the developers, sometime over Wrestlemania 34 weekend (April 8th to be exact), Xavier Woods will make the official announcement on his Up Up Down Down channel about all of the additions that will be coming to the game, most likely with a couple of the superstars that will have merch featured.
It doesn’t take much guesswork to figure we’ll probably be seeing several skins for people like John Cena, Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, and more. What will be interesting is to see what other topper and antenna items will be featured. You know somewhere in the mix there’s bound to be an annoying John Cena “You Can’t See Me” foam hand that will be waving from the antenna as you drive by and snatch a goal. Most likely everything will be like the recent DC Comics additions where you’ll need to pay for everything you see, so have fun paying $4 a pop for that Booty-O’s skin.
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