In July, there was a Rocket League/James Bond crossover in which developer Psyonix included the famous Aston Martin DB5 featured in numerous Bond films. It was only available for a limited period, but Psyonix is conducting a second James Bond crossover in only a few days, barely three months later.

The Aston Martin Valhalla supercar will be sent to Rocket League this time. It is the first hybrid vehicle to be added to the game, with a mid-engined 950PS gasoline/battery electric powertrain.

It will also have its own set of cosmetics, including a Reel Life Decal, a one-of-a-kind Engine Audio, and its own set of wheels. These may be purchased for a total of 1100 credits, although Psyonix emphasizes that this package can only be fitted to the Aston Martin Valhalla. Furthermore, not every cosmetic item in the game is compatible with the automobile; however, those that are can be bought on a Rocket League item marketplace quite easily.


The crossover is more than just the automobile. Three in-game tasks may be completed, each of which awards a 007-themed reward. The Aston Martin DB5 Player Banner, the Agent 007 Avatar Border, and the “00 Agent” Player Title are the prizes.

Psyonix says that the Aston Martin DB5 will be added back for anyone who missed out on the previous James Bond crossover or just wasn’t able to unlock it. It will be included in the Bond 007 Collection, which will cost 2000 credits and includes both Bond vehicles and their associated cosmetics. This collection will only be available from the 7th to the 13th of October. Players can’t afford to rest on their laurels because there’s no assurance the automobiles will return in the future.

Finally, on Psyonix’s Twitch channel, a unique Agents vs. Villains event will take happening. It hasn’t revealed much about this one, other than the fact that it will include Rocket League community members and personalities.

Despite the fact that Psyonix never explicitly acknowledges it, this crossover is clearly intended to coincide with the recently released James Bond film, No Time to Die. Cary Joji Fukunaga (who also helmed the 2017 version of Stephen King’s It) directs the film, which sees Bond come out of retirement to aid the CIA and square battle against Rami Malek’s Lyutsifer Safin.

The film is already a critical and box financial triumph, and it is significant for being Craig’s final James Bond film. It is still uncertain who will fill the job in the near future.

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