Psyonix introduces free Shazam! goodies for Rocket League


    The developers at Psyonix happen to be quite busy with Rocket League content nowadays. Along with introducing its latest Rocket Pass, the studio has other goodies coming on the next few months—and that features some free samples from notable WB properties.

    Among them is Shazam!, the brand new DC Comics film that includes Zachary Levi inside title role. Today, the business published Rocket League Items your site post explaining ways you can get your hands on some free goods inspired from the hero.

    “Starting right this moment, you'll be able to unlock new in-game items inspired from the hit DC Comics film, the best of this is, they’re free!” they explained inside the post. “Just as Billy Batson says, ‘Shazam!,’ for getting his super powers, in addition you get your items!

    “Just enter keyword ‘shazam’ within the “Redeem Code” menu to acquire the official Shazam Octane Decal and Shazam Wheels. These items might not exactly come with super strength or bullet immunity, but you’ll still look super cool as soon as your Battle-Car goes flying throughout the air!”

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    WB and Psyonix been employed quite well together inside the past, as fans may recall. This isn’t initially we’ve seen offerings in the DC Comics fold go into the world of Rocket League. Previous additions add the legendary Batmobile from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, as well as various items inspired through the Flash. And, because you might recall, WB Games published the physical version in the game that was released last year in general.

    This trend could likely continue with later releases. We’ve got DC Comics-themed shows coming back to the WB this fall, and there’s also Joker, the brand new film featuring Joaquin Phoenix inside the title role. (You can watch the trailer here.)

    For now, though, hop in and luxuriate in your free Shazam! goodies in Rocket League. And if you haven’t seen the movie yet, you'll be able to catch it in theaters now.