The Radical Summer event on Rocket League has seen an influx of ‘80s inspired items to earn in-game since it began, but now it’s time for the third and final part to bring even more goodies. There’s also some paid DLC to throw your cash at, which involves the iconic Knight Rider car. So, let’s take a look at what ‘80s television themed cosmetic items you can earn and kit out your vehicle with.
Aiming not to be outdone by the Ghostbusters’ very own DLC, Knight Industries has crafted its own Knight Industries Two-Thousand (also known as K.I.T.T.) for one mission: to dominate the pitch on Rocket League. Yep, the iconic car headlines the Knight Rider Car Pack DLC that’s available right now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, for the price of £1.69. It also includes K.I.T.T. Wheels and a K.I.T.T. Gullwing Topper!
Moving onto the free stuff, and anyone that’s been playing Rocket League recently will have noticed that completion of online matches sees a number of ‘Cassettes’ garnered. These Cassettes can be traded in to acquire new wheels, toppers, decals and more – with the likes of E.T. themed wheels and a brick phone topper already featured. Now though, a fresh selection of items has rocked up on the Rocket League shores from some of the biggest television franchises to grace the small screen, including DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender and WWE (known back then as WWF).
The following is a list of ‘80s television items, and their Cassette prices, that are available from now until 12th August, 2019:
- Macho Man (Topper) – 75
- Voltron (Topper) – 75
- Vaporwave (Player Banner) – 75
- Knight Rider (Player Banner) – 75
- Octane: Voltron (Decal) – 100
- Octane: Ultimate Warrior (Decal) – 100
- Breakout: TV Time (Decal) – 100
- Voltron – 120 (Rocket Boost)
Don’t forget about the Golden Eggs either, which can include items from Elevation, Victory, Turbo, and Nitro Crates – remember though, only five are on offer per player.
The WWE items should be pretty damn awesome, but which of the new items stand out for you? Will you be loading Rocket League up immediately for some high-octane action? Get in touch and let us know your thoughts!