Season three of Rocket League starts on April 7th, and this time around, Psyonix is bringing some of the biggest names in motorsport to the game. NASCAR and Formula 1 vehicles are coming to the car soccer title in May. The developer says it has created its own “speed demon” to compete with those cars. The Tyranno will be available through the season three Rocket Pass.
Keeping in with the racing theme, Psyonix has redesigned the DFH Stadium arena to add a track and all the trackside pomp you’d see on a championship Sunday. The DFH Stadium (Circuit) arena will be available in casual and competitive playlists, along with private games and freeplay.
The NASCAR and F1 tie-ups are the latest in a long line of Rocket League crossovers. The game has offered Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters and Back to the Future‘s DeLorean , along with many other iconic cars and nods to other franchises. There have also been crossovers with and . In fact, the battle royale just added a Rocket League emote.