Rocket LeagueClassic sports racing game Psyonicsthat packages items inspired by star Wars The droids will be available between May 4th and May 16th, 2023 star Wars The crossover is being launched in celebration of May 4th, featuring vehicles based on R2-D2, C-3PO, BB-8, and K-2SO. The Droid Packs will include animated stickers, wheels, and covers for the complete look.
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It’s immediately apparent that the day’s humor and the collaboration itself were brilliantly handled. The cinematic trailer opens with familiar visuals, as R2-D2 and C-3PO wander the desert together. Combined with some original sound effects, this is a very satisfying fan service. But most importantly, the cosmetics themselves capture the spirit of the characters.
The developers have cleverly chosen similarly shaped vehicles for each character, which makes co-op very seamless. C-3PO’s Fennec has very stiff lines and coats of paint, while BB-8’s Takumi is round and friendly enough.
It’s a shame K-2SO’s Dominus didn’t get more screen time, but the developers clearly wanted to emphasize the original trilogy, which is probably a wise decision. Surprisingly, K-2SO was even included at the start, and the Dominus certainly has a neat menace in its design.
depending on the day The official blogR2-D2 and BB-8 item packs will get you 800 points, while C-3PO and K-2SO will cost 500 points, which isn’t too bad. The only free content in the update will include the “Rust Bucket” title and the STAR WARS R2-D2 (Twin Suns) logo.
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