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Rocket League‘s new arena, Neo Tokyo, puts a more detailed, Japenese-inspired spin on the Rocket Labs map Underpass.

The free arena will be available on June 20th. Two appropriately themed cars, named Esper and Masamune, will be available for owners of the Rocket League Collector’s Edition on June 24th in Europe and July 5th in North America, while anyone who owns the base game will have to wait until July 18th to purchase the cars for $2.

The content updates for Rocket League will also include an expanded item drop system, new quick chat and post-game celebration options, and a new arena called Pillars, which has columns splitting the map into three lanes.

Rocket League trailer shows Neo Tokyo arena, two new cars

Neo Tokyo gets its own rocket-powered car arena.

By Spencer Campbell | 06/10/2016 03:30 PM PT

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Rocket League‘s new arena, Neo Tokyo, puts a more detailed, Japenese-inspired spin on the Rocket Labs map Underpass.

The free arena will be available on June 20th. Two appropriately themed cars, named Esper and Masamune, will be available for owners of the Rocket League Collector’s Edition on June 24th in Europe and July 5th in North America, while anyone who owns the base game will have to wait until July 18th to purchase the cars for $2.

The content updates for Rocket League will also include an expanded item drop system, new quick chat and post-game celebration options, and a new arena called Pillars, which has columns splitting the map into three lanes.

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