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Rocket League to receive a festive update in time for christmas

A variety of christmas themed items, bonuses and modes are coming to Rocket League this December.

Christmas has come early for fans of Rocket League, as developer Psyonix has a bunch of festive surprises in store.

Rocket League will introduce a Winter Games Events on December 14 with a variety of winter-related items and an all new Mutator.

The new Mutator will be known as “Snow Day” and will replace the “Mutator Mash-up” playlist that is currently available.

Psyonix VP of Marketing Jeremy Dunham wrote on Playstation Blog:

“Starting December 14, our previously-announced hockey-inspired Mutator Mode, now called “Snow Day,” will officially replace the “Mutator Mashup” online playlist.”

“Boasting an ice-themed field and a heavy, disc-shaped puck, “Snow Day” brings an awesome new twist to Rocket League’s classic, football-fueled gameplay.”

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Some of the festive items include a Candy Cane Antenna and a groovy looking Xmas Rocket Trail.

You can check the full list of winter items below:

  • “Xmas” Rocket Trail
  • “Blitzen” Topper
  • “Christmas Tree” Topper
  • “Sad Sapling” Topper
  • “Santa” Topper
  • “Candy Cane” Antenna
  • “Holiday Gift” Antenna

Rocket will be receiving a new DLC pack called “Chaos Run” next week.

This pack will include Mad Max-inspired vehicles and customisable options inspired by the popular franchise.

An all new Wasteland playing field launches on the very same day, but you won’t need to purchase to DLC pack to access it.

Rocket League could be coming to Xbox One before the end of 2015, but who knows if it will have the same festive treatment.

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