The Batman-themed haunted event will start tomorrow in Rocket League

The Rocket League revealed that its 2021 haunted sacred event will start tomorrow and last until November 1. It will bring Batman-themed cars, decals, etc. to the arena.

More specifically, Haunted Hallows 2021 will introduce a new limited-time mode of Gotham City Smash Bros., new items and the return of all three Batmobiles previously sold in the game. In addition, a new Halloween Hallows challenge will be added to Rocket League, giving players the opportunity to unlock villain-themed items.

Everyone who logs in can win the title of the Dark Knight player. By completing the challenge, players can obtain special limited items such as Joker Dominus decals and Boost, Gotham’s Finest Merc Decal, Harley Quinn Wheels and Topper, Poison Ivy Boost, and More.

In Gotham City Rumble, riders can expect the same Rumble gameplay, but the additional change is that the power boost in this mode is based on the theme of Batman and his rogue gallery. Some power-ups include the Joker’s boxing gloves, Harley’s hammer (instead of boots), and poison ivy (instead of grappling hooks).

In order to cope with this new model, the Bakewiss Park (Gotham Nights) Arena has been added to the game, which contains a large number of Easter eggs for Batman fans to watch. This is the arena seen in the Haunted Hallows 2021 event trailer above.

If you missed the release of the Batmobile in 1989, the Dark Knight tumbler in the Christopher Nolan Batman movie, or the Batmobile in 2016 Batman v Superman, All three will be available in the Rocket League Item Store. Each comes with Reel Life Decal, which gives the Batmobile the iconic black color in the respective movie.

The Bat-Signal Goal Explosions triple pack, which will be available in the item store starting tomorrow, contains a Bat-Symbol that explodes on the screen.The explosion will be the bat symbol of 1989 Batman Movies, Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy or Ben Affleck’s Batman in the recent Zach Schneider movie.

For more detailed information about the Haunted Hallows 2021 event, please visit Rocket League Blog.

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