Several months ago, the video game developer Psyonix included The Fate of the Furious DLC for Rocket League that included the character Dominic Toretto’s Dodge Ice Charger from the aforementioned movie. Now, the company is announcing that even more expansion materials from the action film franchise are being brought to the vehicular soccer title, as it has revealed that two new cars are on the way in just a week’s time.

As seen below in Rocket League‘s trailer for its Fast & Furious DLC, both of the new cars are going to be based on vehicles from the early days of the action movie series. To be specific, from The Fast and the Furious, players are going to receive the 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, and from the sequel known as 2 Fast 2 Furious, avid fans of the sports video game will get the 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34.

For those wondering what kind of details these vehicles will boast in Rocket League, both come with a new set of wheels and six unique decals. The Charger comes with Alameda Twin, Flames, Good Graces, Rally, Sinclair, and Wheelman, while the Skyline comes with 2Bold, 2Cool, 2Tuff, Clean Cut, The Clutch, and Home Stretch.

When it comes to pricing, each of these Rocket League car packs are sold on their own for $2 on all platforms. Fans interested in getting the Fast & Furious-themed whips for the hybrid soccer/car title will able to pick up them up in North America and Europe starting on October 11, 2017.

Without a doubt, the forthcoming Fast & Furious DLC for Rocket League should please both fans of the film franchise and video game alike, for even if one isn’t particularly keen on the movies, the cars themselves are particularly beautiful. So, with more than 33 million players and growing, it will be interesting to see what other crossover add-ons Psyonix has in mind to continue appealing to the plethora of fans of its sports game.

Rocket League is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and it releases sometime in holiday 2017 for the Nintendo Switch.

Source: Rocket League – YouTube

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