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Rocket League is getting some Portal crossover DLC

Rocket League will be receiving a Portal themed DLC pack this week for the PC.

Developer Psyonix has confirmed yet another DLC pack for popular title Rocket League.

Psyonix has announced an official partnership with Valve, which will see Portal-themed content coming to the title this December.

The Valve endorsed content will be available from December 1, and all of the items can obtained for free simply by playing matches.

“Obtainable by playing a full game of Rocket League, the official Portal items are potentially rewarded at the end of every match, win or lose,” developer Psyonix explained.

“All you have to do is keep playing until the match ends and your chance to earn a new Aperture-themed goodie of your very own.”

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We wouldn’t trust any cake related items though, they’re probably a lie.

Check out the full list of available items below:

  • Cake (Topper)
  • Conversion Gel (Rocket Trail)
  • Propulsion Gel (Rocket Trail)
  • Repulsion Gel (Rocket Trail)
  • Aperture Laboratories (Antenna)
  • Cake Sticker (Antenna)
  • Companion Cube (Antenna)
  • Personality Core (Antenna)
  • PotatOS (Antenna)

It was announced last week that Rocket League will also be receiving Winter Games and Mad Max-inspired DLC, both of which will be obtainable by playing matches in-game.

Rocket League could come to the Xbox One before the end of 2015. Developer Psyonix clearly has plans for other platforms, but is yet to announce anything official.

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