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Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars Price Drops In US

SSCarsPsyonix recently announced that Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars is now available for only $2.99 in the United States on the PlayStation Network. Launched in 2008, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars has enjoyed widespread popularity with over a million players worldwide and more than 40,000 active monthly users. This price drop is now effective in the United States and will soon be coming to Europe for EU PSN users to enjoy.

Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars is visceral, high-octane, physics-based mayhem. Players can choose from a variety of high-flying cars equipped with huge rocket boosters to soar into the air and score amazing aerial goals, perform incredible saves using the vehicle’s acrobatic abilities, and even demolish enemy players at supersonic speeds! Online modes let gamers take on other players around the world in ranked, unranked and organized team matches. Whether they are battling their buddies in local split-screen or challenging the world altogether in online split-screen mode, players can hone their skills and then assert dominance in a tournament of computer-controlled opponents or in twenty unique and challenging mini-games.

Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars has an incredible community behind it — some of which have been playing almost daily for the four years the game has been out! The price drop is meant to bolster the community even further and introduce a new wave of players to what has become a staple game for so many.

For more information please visit the Psyonix website here.

About Richard Cardenas


Created in a lab in Tijuana, Mexico, or cloned in a test tube in Torrance, CA, depending on which story you think is a better origin story, Richard is, if such a thing exist, a second generation nerd. The son of a man who loved sci-fi, comic books and horror, and a woman who loved making costumes, reading sci-fi novels and watching cartoons, Richard was exposed to all this and more since a very young age.

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