Batman is Returning to Rocket League for In-Game Event

Rocket League

Latest News

Batman is Returning to Rocket League for In-Game Event

October 15, 2021

By: Patrick Perrault

More Info About This Game
Release Date
July 7, 2015 (Calendar)
Racing, Arcade, Sports
Purchase (Some links may be affiliated)

Rocket League has been out for six years, but it's a pretty big deal still. Not as big as it used to be, but even small, regular events like this one will affect a lot of people, over 75 million people in fact. Last year's Haunted Hallows event featured Ghostbusters, and for this year's Haunted Hallows event for Rocket League we have Batman making a return.

During the event, players will be able to complete challenges that are themed after Batman supervillains. Players will be able to earn the Joker Dominus Decal and Boost, Gotham's Finest Merc Decal, Harley Quinn Wheels and Topper, Poison Ivy Boost, and the Dark Knight player title as a log-in reward. Not too shabby, eh?

Check out the goodies available during the event below:

Batman will also be taking over Rocket League's Rumble mode and turning it into Gotham City Rumble. This means that players will still have the same Rumble gameplay, but with a Batman-esque twist. There will be powerups such as Joker's Boxing Glove, Harley's Hammer instead of the Boot, Poison Ivy's vines instead of the Grappling Hook, and more.


Last but not least are the available batmobiles. Players will be able to acquire the Batmobile (1989), The Dark Knight's Tumbler, and the Batmobile (2016) from the item shop. Each batmobile will come with a Reel Life Decal, which will give them the black color from the movies. There's also three bat-signal goal explosions that will show off the bat-symbol from all three different eras in batman's history.  You'll be able to buy the batmobiles and goal explosions in the Batman Halloween bundle (2000 credits), or buy each vehicle and item separately. The individual bundles, (which include a vehicle, Reel Life Decal, and a goal explosion) will go for 800 credits each.

For more information on all things Rocket League, stay tuned to TechRaptor.