Rocket League celebrates the anniversary by going old school.
Rocket League gives people the chance to play soccer with cars. Car soccer is one of those things you never knew you needed until it arrived. Gamers are still happily playing it a year later and Psyonix Studios have decided to celebrate this. Other games release their soundtracks on CD. Rocket League isn’t doing anything so boring; its soundtrack will be coming out on vinyl.
According to Iam8bit’s website, the music included is all content that is available digitally;
“Featuring over 22 full-throttle and totally vibey tracks across three discs, the vinyl collection comprises both Volumes 1 and 2 of the digital soundtracks – making this a catch-all delight. Words are so passé because you’ve already played the game, so you know damn well that these tunes are as welcoming and infectious as it gets!”
Fans needing more time to save up for this are in luck as this won’t ship until late this year. The wait also gives fans time to track down a device that can play Vinyl. Rocket League’s old school offering includes music by Hollywood Principal and others.
An avid gamer since Nintendo vs Sega was a thing, Joe hopes to one day be a game designer himself.
When he’s not working on his design document for his planned ‘Joe is awesome’ RPG, he spends his time writing, going to track days and going to his local cinema.