The new-generation Ford Bronco isn’t on sale in the UK, but you can drive it in Rocket League from tomorrow. Psyonix has partnered with Ford to bring the rugged off-roader to the popular car football game.
Rocket League Ford Bronco Raptor LTE bundle
Specifically, Rocket League’s Ford Branco is based on the range-topping Raptor LTE. In real life, the savage SUV utilises a 418- horsepower twin-turbo V6 and rides on enormous 37-inch all-terrain tires. The suspension is also upgraded and the track is widened, making it a supremely capable off-roader.
Available for 1,100 credits, the Ford Bronco Raptor RLE bundle includes massive wheels, an in-game decal, and custom engine audio replicating the Raptor’s roaring V6. Unlike the real SUV, there’s also a rocket booster mounted into the spare tyre on the back.
Here’s what you get in the Ford Bronco Raptor LTE bundle:
- Ford Bronco Raptor RLE (Merc Hitbox)
- Ford Bronco Raptor RLE Engine Audio
- Ford Bronco Raptor RLE Wheels
- Ford Bronco Raptor Decal
- Ford Bronco Raptor Player Banner
You’ll need to act fast, however, because the Ford Bronco Raptor LTE bundle is only available from 4-16 August.
This also marks the first time the Ford Bronco Raptor LTE has featured in a video game - the Bronco in Forza Horizon 5 is based on the Badlands trim.
Ford + Rocket League Freestyle Invitational
On 13 August, the top two North American players from this week’s Freestyle Invitational will enter the Rocket League World Championship in Fort Worth, Texas, competing in front of a live audience for a chance to win part of a $100,000.
Ford is also sponsoring the Rocket League World Championship running between 4-14 August.