Two hit games, Rocket League and Dying Light, are teaming up to bring players some extra content for both titles. Dying Light players can get a Rocket League-based paint job for the dirt buggies that were added as part of the zombie game's recent Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition expansion.
To get the Rocket League paint job, players of Dying light can type in the code LightMyRocket at the game's official website. In addition, players of Rocket League will be able to get some Dying Light-inspired paint jobs for their own vehicle sometime later this year.
Rocket League players will also be able to check out a new basketball-themed mode soon, according to the game's Twitter page. It shows a screenshot of the soccer-themed game transformed to a basketball court, with cars pushing a basketball into large hoops.
- See Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition at Xbox.com
- See Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition at Amazon
- See Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition at Amazon UK
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