Rocket League Collector’s Edition on Switch heads to retail in January

by Daniel VuckovicDecember 14, 2017

Last week we spotted a retail listing for Rocket League with a January release, and now it has been confirmed.

Rocket League for Switch will head to retailers early next year with a release date spread over a couple of days in different countries. Rocket League Collector’s Edition for the Switch will arrive in Australia on January 24th and North America gets it on January 16th. Central Europe gets the game on January 25th and everyone else on January 26th. Yeesh.

The Collectors Edition has the following DLC included;

  • Rocket League Full Game
  • Supersonic Fury DLC Pack
  • Revenge of the Battle-Cars DLC Pack
  • Chaos Run DLC Pack
  • Aftershock DLC Car
  • Marauder DLC Car
  • Esper DLC Car
  • Masamune DLC Car
  • Customization Items inspired by DC Comics’ The Flash
  • Limited Art Print by Psyonix Concept Artist, Jay Zhang

The game is more expensive than it is on other consoles and there’s blog post explaining why here. It’s exactly why you think it would be.

As many of you have likely noticed, the MSRP for Rocket League Collector’s Edition is $10 more on Nintendo Switch than the same version on other platforms. As much as we tried to keep the retail price down, the reality of the Switch’s increased cartridge manufacturing costs meant that the MSRP had to be higher as well.

Along with the news of the retail release was the announcement a new game update, v1.40 promises a bunch of bug fixes but most importantly some performance updates for the Switch version of the game.

The update will hit around 6:00 am Thursday morning AEDT.

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  • Phantom Ganon
    December 14, 2017 at 8:31 am

    The additional cost doesn’t bother me, at least they’ve given the consumer the option as to whether they want it physical or digital. I’d pay extra if it meant full games were released on cartridges. Kudos to them.

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