Rocket League tags up with WWE for future content


Here's a picture of the brilliant Kairi Sane, because why not?

A joint venture has been announced by Psyonix which will see driving-soccer title Rocket League team up with pro-wrestling sports-entertainment juggernaut WWE for a selection of upcoming DLC.

Although there were no vehicles, decals or any content announced. Rocket League took to twitter to proudly proclaim the collaboration. This is one in a line of big-bucks-brands the game has worked in partnership with, including brands such as DC Comics, Amblin Entertainment and the NBA.

The WWE-themed content is expected to be announced in April. Here's hoping for a a fully blinged up Sasha Banks car, complete with shuttered windscreen and Legit Boss wheels. Maybe even a Kairi Sane yacht-on-wheels. Either way, hopefully this combination of WWE and vehicular combat will work out better than bizarre 2003 release, Crush Hour.

WWE content coming to Rocket League soon [Twitter]

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