Rocket League is no stranger to cross-promotional licenses. The latest endeavor: a collaboration with MGM Studios and British car manufacturer Aston Martin to bring the Aston Martin Valhalla into the multiplayer sports-driving game. It’s available now for 1100 credits, through October 13.

The Valhalla, like so many Aston Martin cars before it, appears in the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, in theaters now. The Valhalla also has the weird honor of being the first hybrid car added to Rocket League. The DLC includes the engine audio, wheels, and Reel Life Decal.

For bigger Bond-car enthusiasts, there’s the Bond 007 Collection, also launching today, for 2000 credits. In addition to the Valhalla pack, it also includes 007’s Aston Martin DB5, the original Bond car that first appeared in the 1964 movie, Goldfinger. The DB5 was originally released earlier this summer as a limited, stand-alone DLC pack, and also includes unique engine audio, wheels, and Reel Life Decal.

In addition, drivers will face off in the Bond-inspired event Agents Vs. Villains, a series of 1v1 matches. The event will live stream on the official Rocket League twitch channel on October 8. The Valhalla is available for only a limited time, through October 13.

Rocket League is available on PC (Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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