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Rick and Morty Are Getting Schwifty In Rocket League

Rami Tabari
By - Staff Writer
Jun 29, 2017 5:24pm AST
Photo: Rocket League

While Rick and Morty Season 3 is still lost in space, our unlikely heroes have found themselves in Rocket League. They will be available as free customization items in starting July 5 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Rick and Morty will be available as Antennas and Toppers including Cromulon, Mr. Meeseeks and Mr. PBH. As well as an Interdimensional GB Rocket Boost and some Sanchez DC-137 wheels. Also, the Cromulon Topper can drop as a Painted item and all items will be available as Common drops.

The team behind Rocket League collaborated with Adult Swim and Adult Swim Games to include Rick and Morty in their 2nd Anniversary update.

The 2nd Anniversary update includes a new arena dubbed Champion’s Field and two battle cars: Animus GP and Centio V17. This will also be the start of competitive Season 5 with new Trails as rewards. New wheels, decals, Black Market items, goal explosions and engine sounds will be added. Not to mention 18 new songs and Rocket League Radio featuring Monstercat.

While we’ll never know when, or if, we’ll see the rest of Rick and Morty Season 3, the franchise still lives on through Rocket League and many other outlets like the Rick Mobile.

Details on the Rick and Morty update can be found here and you can check out the 2nd Anniversary update trailer below:

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