The iconic James Bond Aston Martin DB5 is coming to Rocket League for a limited time.
Would you pay $10 for the privilege of tying the rocket booster to James Bond's iconic Aston Martin DB5 and using it to score amazing gravity-defying goals with giant balls?
Rocket League officially made it possible from เล่น slotxo Thursday 29 July to 4 August.Epic Games developer Psyonix says it has signed a multi-year agreement with MGM and Aston Martin to bring 007 to the automotive sports game.
It certainly started with the classic '60s game made famous by Goldfinger but continues to steal recent scenes like Skyfall and No Time to Die.Am I going to buy it? No — because apart from the teaser on this post.
There doesn't seem to be much about this version of Rocket League other than the DB5's historical links to the franchise. I wasn't expecting the ejector seat, but Psyonix frankly said it wouldn't have an animation.
Any gadget gadget that could make the Bond version different. Turn an auto-rotating license plate into a simple door for a rocket engine? I think that's what