Before you get excited at the prospect of jumping into a rocket-powered vehicle for a bit of footie, note that this is a diminutive version, licenced by Hot Wheels.
Sea of Thieves is 'never' going to have loot crates
Missions include taking over skeleton forts, which are filled with warriors and are overseen by a captain, the newspaper says . But Sea of Thieves "will have to consistently grow" in order to "keep the player base's attention".
First, Hot Wheels DLC arrived in Rocket League, allowing you to race around the arena and shoot goals as some of Mattel's most memorable vehicles. It comes with a tiny stadium with infrared sensors in the goals and LCD scoreboards. Or the score ticks up one.
The only problem with Rocket League is that you can't really play auto soccer in real life. Each auto will be fully controllable through blue-tooth enabled devices and they will all come with their very own base, ball, and field so that the in-game world of Rocket League can become a real life reality. And while the cars aren't likely to jump, that's nothing some well-placed firecrackers can't fix.
PNB detects Rs 11360 cr fraudulent transactions
The bank alleged that it was making an "in depth" inquiry to find outstanding LOUs that have not been detected in its system. The stocks of other lenders like Yes Bank, State Bank of India, Axis Bank and ICICI Bank were also impacted.
Purchasing the toy set will also come with codes that players can use to redeem in-game items, although this also means that you will need to own a copy of the game in order to truly take advantage of it. But that's just the beginning of what we have planned. For those that purchase any of the cars in the upcoming RC line, Rocket League DLC for the game itself will also be included. To see more of this awesome toy set, Hot Wheels is revealing it at the New York Toy Fair event.
Vehicular-based football game Rocket League is a bona fide hit.
Tax-free childcare opens to parents in West Sussex
All working parents who have children aged under 12 years can now apply for up to £2,000 of childcare support per child, per year. The government's Tax-Free Childcare scheme today opens for all parents whose youngest child is under 12.