Real-life Rocket League cars coming to a toy store near you


The cute little toy line is based on the Original Minis series from Zag Toys, and some will come with special codes redeemable for in-game cosmetic upgrades for the digital autos.

A dozen of Rocket League's "Battle-Cars" - the moniker comes from the game's spiritual predecessor, 2008's Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars - will hit store shelves this spring.

Rocket League was first released back in the Summer of 2015 and quickly became a huge success. At the moment, there are a total of 12 iconic battle-cars from the game to purchase.

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Octane, Dominus, Masamune, Hotshot, Grog, X-Devil, Merc, and Backfire, along with four limited variants to round out the first dozen Racers.

If you've always wanted to play Rocket League in real life then now's your chance, but with toy cars instead of real ones. Pricing was not announced and there is no word on if any of these are coming to other countries. New Yorkers who are interested may want to head to the North American International Toy Fair where they will be displayed. The line is expected to initially launch 12 pull-back racers called "Rocket League Original Minis".