Rocket League and DLC Discounted on PS4 for Limited Time

  • PlayStation 4 owners who haven’t yet purchased Rocket League or a few of the game’s DLC are now able to buy whatever they lack for way less than for a limited time.
    The PlayStation discounts are offered to everybody, but PlayStation Plus subscribers can help to save even more from the deal with an additional 10 percent off of whatever you’re seeking. Psyonix announced the Rocket League Items sale over the game’s official Twitter account and provided a conclusion date to the promotion that’s scheduled to end in just a few short days.
    Following the hyperlink in the tweet above will require you for the PlayStation Store where you’ll find the game itself marked down to $13.99 instead of the game’s typical expense of $19.99. Scroll down somewhat and you’ll discover the game’s available DLC that’s discounted with every item except to the DC Super Heroes DLC Pack included inside sale. If you’ve got something in mind that you’re seeking, we’ve got the full list of discounted DLC below with none of the crossing the $4 mark.
        Fact & Furious DLC Bundle
        Fast & Furious ‘70 Dodge Charger
        Fast & Furious ’99 Nissan Skyline
        The Fate of the Furious Ice
        Hot Wheels Bone Shaker
        Hot Wheels Twin Mill III
        Rocket League Vulcan
        Rocket League Proteus
        Rocket League Triton
        Rocket League Aftershock
        Rocket League Marauder
        Rocket League Esper
        Rocket League Masamune
        Batman v. Superman: Dawn
        Rocket League Chaos Run DLC Pack
        Back on the Future Car Pack
        Rocket League Revenge from the Battle-Cars DLC
        Rocket League Supersonic Fury DLC Pack
    The discounted promotions is just available until May 1 and is limited to PlayStation 4 players, so you’ll have to get whatever you want from your deal ahead of the offer ends at the start of next month. If you haven’t yet played Rocket League or just waiting for any discount to get the already cheap game after only less, the PlayStation Store’s description should fill you in on what you’re losing.
    “Soccer meets racing again in our long-awaited, physics-based multiplayer-focused sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Cheap Rocket League Items-Powered Battle-Cars! Choose a various high-flying vehicles designed with huge rocket boosters and soar in to the air to score amazing aerial goals, perform incredible saves, and in many cases demolish enemy players at unbelievable speeds!”