When it comes to game developers, San Diego-based Psyonix is a name that needs no introduction. A company that comprises of exceedingly prominent Unreal Engine Technology experts, Psyonix develops games that are highly popular in the world.
Over the years, Psyonix has been the driving force behind a number of famous games. These include Unreal Tournament III, Mass Effect 3, Bullet Storm, Unreal Tournament 2004, Gears of War, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and the much applauded Rocket League.
Rocket League is an award-winning Sports-Action hit. Recently, Psyonix has very proudly announced the release of Rocket League: The Vinyl Collection. The collection consists of a 3xLP 180-gram album, and contains two volumes of the Rocket League Official Soundtrack. This decision to go old school with the release of a vinyl collection has got Rocket League fans very excited.
A game that boasts a community exceeding 18 million users, Rocket League is not only digitally available on Windows PC (via Steam) but also on Play Station and Xbox One. Other than having a unique gameplay, Rocket League is very customizable while being easy to comprehend at the same time. The game is so popular among its users also because of its offline mode, where it can be played in various ways unlike many other popular games.
A Treat for All Fans
While Rocket League has gone old school with the new Vinyl Collection, the artwork on the LPs is completely modern. Dan Bronsema, a Rocket League community member, is the artist who has designed the album's artwork. Both the front and back covers of the Vinyl Collection have been illustrated by Dan himself.
Rocket League fans who pre-order the Vinyl Collection will receive a download code as soon as they checkout. This will enable them to access digital copies of both volumes of the soundtrack as an added bonus.
The release of the Vinyl Collection is a result of Psyonix’ collaboration with iam8bit. In addition to this, Psyonix and iam8bit are also releasing a limited edition version of the album. This version will be titled Rocket League: The Vinyl Collection LE, and will contain three picture discs made using wheel rims taken from the game. Each of these discs will be printed in a unique way.
The Vinyl Collection LE will only be available to the first 1,000 customers who place an order. People who are diehard fans of the game should jump at this opportunity before the limited editions run out. You can order the Vinyl Collection online at iam8bit’s store and take advantage of their worldwide shipping.
The Wisest Choice
iam8bit is a creative powerhouse that has been responsible for crafting experiences that are both memorable and unique. The company has worked in collaboration with a number of brands including Disney, HBO, and MTV. Moreover, it is also known for the manufacturing and development of creative merchandise for various television, movie, and video game brands. Therefore, it makes sense that Psyonix partnered with iam8bit when they decided to go old school with the Rocket League Vinyl Collection.