Rocket League is getting a Jurassic-Park-inspired car pack

Jeep Wrangler, T. rex goal explosion, and more.

Rocket League is getting a Jurassic-Park-inspired new car pack on June 18th, developer Psyonix has announced.

The Jurassic World Car Pack, as the new licensed addition is known, contains the distinctive Jeep Wrangler from the movie series, with its own unique wheels and engine audio. When used on the blue team, it'll sport liveries from Jurassic World, while the orange team proudly displays the iconic livery from the original Jurassic Park trilogy. The announcement trailer is kind of fantastic:

There's more though! The Jurassic World Car Pack also includes a Jurassic Park hard hat topper, a marginally terrifying T. rex goal explosion, plus a range of banners and antennas. Banners come emblazoned with Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, and Mr. DNA theming, while antenna flags sport the logos of Park, World, and InGen, the fictional research company that started it all.

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The Jurassic World Car Park will be available on all platforms that play host to Rocket League, and will be priced at an entirely reasonable $2USD when it launches on June 18th.

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