Just when you think you’ve seen and heard of it all, you hear about something that reminds you, modern life is ever surprising. In this case, the word that console favorite Rocket League is coming to the real world courtesy of the game’s developer, Pysonix and Mattel toys:
Rocket League pits rocket-powered Battle-Cars into intense soccer matches on nearly every video game system, and now it’s becoming a real-life Hot Wheels set.
The Hot Wheels Rocket League RC Rivals set, announced Tuesday by game developer Psyonix and Mattel, recreates the arena from the video game, the Octane and Dominus Battle-Cars as well as the Rocket League ball. The $180 (roughly £130, AU$230) package also includes a boost pad that charges up the cars as well as the ball, and the scoreboard will track any goals that are scored with sound effects.