The Aston Martin Valhalla is not but obtainable, however you may quickly have the ability to strive one for your self in Rocket League, which is ready to introduce the newest iteration of James Bond’s iconic automotive on all platforms as a part of its ongoing Bond 007 collaboration.
The Aston Martin Valhalla, the primary hybrid automotive in Rocket League, will likely be obtainable to gamers for 1100 credit within the merchandise store. Will probably be launched alongside the Bond 007 Assortment, which is able to bundle the Valhalla with the Aston Martin DB5 — the basic iteration beforehand launched over the summer time. Will probably be obtainable for 2000 credit.
The 2 vehicles will include a wide range of challenges and in-game objects. They embody the Brokers Vs. Villains occasion on October 8, with extra info to return quickly. Psyonix will even introduce three in-game challenges that may enable gamers to unlock a Bond-themed participant banner, avatar border, and participant title.
The Aston Martin Valhalla will seem in No Time To Die, which is ready to launch in North America on October 8. One of many trailers provided a glimpse of the Valhalla in a wind tunnel within the run-up to launch. No Time To Die will even function an upgraded model of the Aston Martin DB5, which we bought to take a look at final month.
In our No Time To Die overview, we typically loved Daniel Craig’s journey, calling it an “uneven however pleasurable swan track for the very best Bond we have ever had.” Within the meantime, the real-life Aston Martin Valhalla is ready to enter manufacturing in 2023, and will likely be obtainable for a cool $800,000. You may get the Rocket League model for significantly cheaper starting October 7.
Kat Bailey is a Senior Information Editor at IGN