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Ford Mustang Mach-E first real EV in Rocket League
By coming to Rocket League this month, the Ford Mustang Mach-E Rocket League Edition becomes the first real-world EV to appear in the game. Buying the bundle for 1,100 credits gets you the car and a unique E.V. Boost that adds an electrifying lightning effect when you go supersonic.
The Mustang Mach-E sports an Octane hitbox — the same as the F-150 RLE and other crossover vehicles like the Jurassic Park Jeep Wrangler. For those not familiar with the game, hitboxes determine how the vehicle interacts with the ball and with other vehicles on the field of play. Rocket League has six different hitboxes, each with a rad name that kind of sounds like an American Gladiator (or a Palin): Dominus, Breakout, Hybrid, Merc, Octane, and Plank.
In addition to the Mustang Mach-E, the package nets you Ford Performance and 98 decals, Mach-E-exclusive (or perhaps Mach-E-xclusive) wheels, a Mach-E player banner, and *checks notes* Mach-E engine audio. Most likely, the audio there is going to be a riff on the sound you get from the Mustang Mach-E’s Unbridled Drive Experience mode.
Ford sponsoring Rocket League Championship Series Fall Major
In addition to bringing two new vehicles to the action-sports game, Ford is driving this week’s Rocket League Championship Series Fall Major as a presenting sponsor. The first RLCS LAN event since December 2019, this year’s major sees 16 teams squaring off in Stockholm, Sweden, over five days of gaming.
But wait! There’s more. Days later, the second annual Ford + Rocket League Freestyle Invitational kicks off on the game’s Twitch channel. Running from Dec. 15-16, the tourney gives players a chance to show off their finest tricks for the chance to win a real 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Snowrunner has revealed its Season 6 content
The dedicated fanbase of “Snowrunner” has something new to be excited about with the game’s Season 6 content now officially revealed. The new season, sub-titled “Haul & Hustle,” brings new maps, new modes and of course new vehicles to those who have the Season Pass for the game. The reveal video also claims that cross-play between PC and console is coming soon for all players with this update, however, the description of the video states that “After unforeseen events, the implementation of cross-play with Xbox One has been pushed back to a later date.”
The new maps take players to Maine and promise an intense challenge for even experienced players. The new trucks available are the Aramatsu Forwarder and Tayga 6455B. In addition to the “big” updates, this season also includes things like new stickers, new skins and even a brand new photo mode. It looks like another solid addition to the unique game. Learn more from the video below, or if you’re interested, pick up a copy of the game right here.