Rocket League, Beat Saber Crossover with New Content for Both Games

This wild Rocket League/Beat Saber crossover brings two new customization options to Rocket League and six new tracks to Beat Saber.

Rocket League has had some pretty wild collaborations since it launched back in 2015. Between the WWE and Knight Rider, it’s not strange to see some crazy crossovers grace the vehicular soccer game. However, not many of these collaborations affect both parties. That’s about to change with this hot Rocket League, Monstercat and Beat Saber crossover that brings new content to both games.

Beat Saber gets a pretty substantial pack with the “Rocket League x Monstercat Music Pack.” Available now for $8.99, this includes six new songs from the Rocket League soundtrack, one of which is a new song that is now live in both games. Additionally, a Champions Field-inspired map has also be added to the VR rhythm game. Here is the full list of songs in the music pack:

  • Tokyo Machine – Play
  • Slushii – LUV U NEED U
  • Stephen Walking – Glide
  • Dion Timmer – Shiawase
  • Slushii x Dion Timmer – Test Me
  • Tokyo Machine – Rock It

The Rocket League content from this crossover is a bit less substantial, but is still pretty neat, especially for Beat Saber fans. A new Beat Saber-themed topper and boost has now been added to the game that will have a trail of beat blocks on your trail. To get the new items, all you have to do is log into Rocket League.

There have been numerous DLC packs for Psyonix’s incredibly popular “sports” game. However, some of Rocket League‘s earliest DLC will be included in the base game. Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run will be added to the base game of the game later this year.

Beat Saber has also had its own fair share of DLC of its most recent brought pop-rock band Panic! at the Disco to the rhythm game.

Rocket League is available now for PS4, Switch, Xbox One, PC, and Mac. Beat Saber is available for PS4 (with PS VR) and Oculus.

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Michael Ruiz

Michael Ruiz is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He likes video games. He likes wrestling. He likes beer. He likes music.

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