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Check Out These Awesome Rocket League Vinyl Records

News Bot Jul 15, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Rocket League's soundtrack can be listened to on platforms like Spotify right now, but if you're the type of person who likes to listen to records, then you'll be happy to hear the car-soccer game's music on vinyl.
    Video game merchandise retailer iam8bit has put together Rocket League: The Vinyl Collection, and it's available for preorder now. If you're interested, there are two different packages you can go for: the Limited Edition and the Open Edition. You can check out both in the gallery below.
    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]There are only 1000 copies of the $75 Limited Edition. The coolest part about this edition is that the vinyl records look like the wheels from a rocket car. The $55 Open Edition, on the other hand, features differently colored neon records. Both come with a digital version of the album, which is emailed to you shortly after purchase. The vinyl record is expected to ship in Q4 2016.
    The Rocket League soundtrack features over 22 songs by artists like Mike Ault, Hollywood Principle, and Avianna Acid. Both editions come on three vinyl records inside album art designed by Dan Bronsema. Bronsema has done some independent Rocket League artwork previously, which you can see here.
    Rocket League recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. The soccer-with-cars game has brought in more than 18 million plays, who have competed in 545 million matches. On top of that, 6.2 million copies of the game have been sold, and Rocket League's most popular platform continues to be the PS4, thanks in part to it launching as a free PlayStation Plus game last year.
    Its latest update saw the addition of a cyberpunk-inspired Neo Tokyo map, which features raised sides and a Japanese announcer. It also saw the introduction of a new experimental Rocket Labs map called "Pillars" that divides the field into three lanes. Additionally, you can now trade in items to get one of a higher rarity. A system for trading items with other players is coming later, however, so it might be a good idea to hold on to some of your items.


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