Rocket League Lamborghini Huracan Sto

Rocket League Season 3 is a celebration of speed. So, it’s appropriate that Psyonix is partnering with Italian supercar brand Lamborghini for some in-game swag. Players will be able to pick up a Rocket League bundle that contains the Lamborghini Huracán STO, as well as a free player banner.

Lamborghini is also stepping into the hot seat as the named partner for the Spring Split of the upcoming North American Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Regional Tournament. The tournament is titled the Lamborghini Open and takes place from April 23 to 25.


Get Lamborghini items in Rocket League

The most impressive way you can show your love of speed is by purchasing the Lamborghini Huracán STO Bundle from the Rocket League Item Shop. It will cost you 2,000 Credits and will be available from April 21 to April 27.

The Lamborghini bundle will score you the Huracán STO car body, two sets of Huracán STO Wheels, a Huracán STO Decal, a Huracán STO Player Banner, as well as Lamborghini and Huracán STO Antennas.  That’s a fair amount of loot. But, best of all, is probably the engine audio that comes along with the bundle. The car itself looks incredible and most of the trimmings match it beautifully. It’s just the Antennas that are a bit disappointing.

Players who don’t want to spend any cash can pick up a free Lamborghini Player Banner from April 21. It’s not as racy as its Huracán STO counterpart, but it still looks good.

Unfortunately, there won’t be any Lamborghini items available as Twitch drops during the Lamborghini Open. I think that’s a missed opportunity. However, there will probably be other RLCS items dropping on Twitch, so tune in if you want a chance to snag some of those.

Along with the usual RLCS competition, the Lamborghini Open will also include a unique event titled the Battle of the Bulls. The event will feature five show matches between high-profile names from the Rocket League community going head-to-head in 1v1 matches for $5,000 USD. The loser of each match will still net a cool $1,000 USD.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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