Rocket League and Hot Wheels cars have all the time felt like a fit made in heaven. Last yr, the 2 manufacturers teamed up to put Hot Wheels cars into the preferred vehicular football recreation, and this autumn will see the logical conclusion of that partnership, with Hot Wheels freeing a real-life model of Rocket League with remote managed toy cars. The set used to be first noticed by way of Kotaku previous this week.
The set will value $179.99, and springs with a stadium, two cars (designed after the virtual Rocket League’s Octane and Dominus racers), and a ball supplied with IR indicators to stay correct ranking. The cars themselves are managed by way of Bluetooth from a hooked up smartphone, equivalent to such things as Anki Drive.
Sadly, whilst Hot Wheels’ IRL Rocket League would possibly appear to be the unique, given the constraints of tangible toys (and physics), you’ll most likely have to save your high-flying objectives, jet-boosted cars, and exploding nets for the virtual model. But the set will come with codes for DLC for the virtual recreation, so that you’ll a minimum of be in a position to recreate one of the RC magic over for your PC, too.