Batman Returns to Rocket League with Caped Crusader Inspired Bundle

Batman Returns to Rocket League with Caped Crusader Inspired Bundle
Russell Kidson

Russell Kidson

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The Dark Knight is finally returning to Rocket League for the first time in around two years. This time, the beloved anti-hero returns to celebrate the theatrical launch of the new The Batman movie, which sees Robert Pattinson step into the defiantly glamorous life of Gotham City’s favorite crusader.

Returning alongside the titular character is his famous vehicle, the Batmobile, in its 2022 theatrical form. The new car joins other classics like the ‘89 Batmobile and the Dark Knight’s Tumbler. The new car, along with the rest of the updated Batman bundle, is only available as paid DLC and will no longer be available in the store from Tuesday, March 8th at 6 PM PCT. 

The new DLC pack will cost you 1100 credits. Here’s all the loot you’ll get:

  • Batmobile 2022 Body
  • Batmobile 2022 Engine Audio
  • Batmobile 2022 Wheels
  • Batmobile 2022 Boost
  • Batmobile 2022 Trail
  • Dark Knight Matte Paint Finish
  • Reel Life Decal
  • The Batman Goal Explosion

The items in the updated Batman bundle can only be coupled to the 2022 Batmobile body, which cannot be customized with any other items. The only item that is compatible with other vehicles is the Batman Goal Explosion. The bundle also introduces a new limited-time mode called Gotham City Rumble. Power-ups in this new mode are centered around Batman villains and include Poison Ivy’s vines and the Joker’s boxing glove. 

The 2022 Batmobile comes with a Dominus Hitbox, which it shares with other classic Rocket League cars like the Dominus, De Lorean, and ‘89 Batmobile. The Dominus hitbox is a feature of the longest car bodies in the game, and this means the 2022 Batmobile will probably be best suited to Rocket League Beginners. 

If the inclusion of Robert Pattinson’s Batmobile is the motivation you’ve been waiting for to get into the game, check out this Rocket League – Revenge of the Battle-Cars DLC Pack.


Russell Kidson

Russell Kidson

I hail from the awe-inspiring beauty of South Africa. Born and raised in Pretoria, I've always had a deep interest in local history, particularly conflicts, architecture, and our country's rich past of being a plaything for European aristocracy. 'Tis an attempt at humor. My interest in history has since translated into hours at a time researching everything from the many reasons the Titanic sank (really, it's a wonder she ever left Belfast) to why Minecraft is such a feat of human technological accomplishment. I am an avid video gamer (Sims 4 definitely counts as video gaming, I checked) and particularly enjoy playing the part of a relatively benign overlord in Minecraft. I enjoy the diverse experiences gaming offers the player. Within the space of a few hours, a player can go from having a career as an interior decorator in Sims, to training as an archer under Niruin in Skyrim. I believe video games have so much more to teach humanity about community, kindness, and loyalty, and I enjoy the opportunity to bring concepts of the like into literary pieces.

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