"Rocket League - hot spinners and smokin' burnouts!"
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Rocket League - hot spinners and smokin' burnouts!
Rocket League's first DLC is out.
It's called supersonic fury and here's the rundown on what this $4.00 package is all about.
Two new cars, the American muscle dominant, and then there's the Japanese street racer Takumi.
Both are real hot, and both come with their own unique decals.
Such as Dominus' scorpion or Takumi's copy cat.
Supersonic Fury brings five new paint types.
Brushed metal, carbon fiber, metalic pearl, pearlescent, and wood.
In my opinoin, wood and carbon fiber work great as accents, and pearl and pearescent tend to work best with complimentary colors.
[LAUGH] What [SOUIND] get.
Do your own thing.
Two new tires.
The soccer hub cap Cristiano, not to shabby.
What else do we have here?
Lastly, two new rocket boosts.
And they are equally rad.
You get Nitrous, which is probably the most rocked themed boost of them all.
And then there's my personal fav, Burnout, which has the sweet, sweet sound effect that really brings out that extra excitement for those intense line up shots.
Well let's mix and match.
First up, Kume and Burnout.
Go for it!
You're dominant with nitro.
Coming in hard.
Well, pleasant leaguing.
Everyone, and you have yourself a great day.
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