BMW arrives in Rocket League with M240i & Esports partnership

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After the success of Haunted Hallows and previous car integrations, BMW has come calling to Psyonix and will drop a new car into Rocket League before it's even available in the real world!

Introducing the BMW M240i

The new BMW M240i is a 369 bhp, four-wheel drive, straight-six coupe that will go on sale in the UK in early 2022.

However, Rocket League players will be able to get it much earlier than that!

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FRESH RIDE: Grab yourself the new coupe before it is available in the real world!

The BMW M240i will land in the game with an awesome bundle of goodies for players to grab.

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BMW M240i cost & bundle

While the car will cost around £34,980 in the real world, Rocket League players won't need to spend that much on it.

The BMW M240i bundle will cost 1,100 credits, but you get quite a lot with that.

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LOOKING GOOD: Grab this car before it disappears!

Along with the car you will get BMW M240i Wheels, Thundernight Metallic Decal, United In Rivalry Animated Decal, Bavarian Hat Topper, and the BMW Player Banner.

The BMW M240i will only be available from November 4 until November 10. So don't miss out!

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BMW x Rocket League Esports

Along with the new car bundle, BMW is getting involved with esports too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cs0ety0fB4&ab_channel=RocketLeague

BMW will be the title sponsor for the BMW Rocket League Open, the second regional tournament in the RLCS 2021-22 European circuit, taking place November 5-7.

Before the top EU RLCS teams face off in the BMW Rocket League Open, 16 of the world’s best Rocket League freestylers have been invited to compete in the two-day, single-elimination bracket, BMW Freestyle Tournament for a chance to win part of a $25,000 prize pool.

The first day of the competition will take place on November 4 and will conclude after the second Semifinal of the BMW Rocket League Open on November 7. The BMW Rocket League Open and BMW Freestyle Tournament can be viewed live on Twitch