Rocket League Giving Away Free Items To Celebrate Monstercat’s 10 Year Anniversary
Rocket League is celebrating Monstercat’s 10th anniversary next month by giving away a free Player Anthem and Player Banner. The two freebies will be available on July 5, along with the Monstercat 10 Year Fan Pack – which retails for 1000 Credits and includes 10 new Player Anthems from Marshmello, Noisestorm, Slushii, and more.
Monstercat has been integral to the sound of Rocket League over the past few years, with new music from the label making constant appearances in the “soccar” simulator. First founded in 2011, the label has pumped out new tracks every week and has quickly become a popular location for Psyonix to source its music.
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"Monstercat has become an intrinsic partner in the identity of Rocket League,” Mike Ault, audio director at Psyonix, said. “We have grown as partners together and in their tenth year as a label, we are happy to celebrate all that they have become and what we have become together."
To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, all players will get the following items for free:
- Disconnected – Pegboard Nerds (Player Anthem)
- Monstercat 10 YR Player Banner
You’ll also find the Monstercat 10 Year Fan Pack on sale, offering the following Player Anthems:
- We Won't Be Alone – Feint (ft. Laura Brehm)
- Are We Still Young – Grant (ft. Juneau)
- Alone – Marshmello
- Crab Rave – Noisestorm
- Potions – SLANDER & Said The Sky (ft. JT Roach)
- All I Need – Slushii
- Stronger – Stonebank (ft. EMEL)
- Everything Black – Unlike Pluto (ft. Mike Taylor)
- Nevada – Vicetone (ft. Cozi Zuehlsdorff)
- (Title) "Monstercat OG"
“Psyonix has been an invaluable partner to us over the years, with Rocket League becoming such an impactful platform for artist growth,” Gavin Johnson, Monstercat’s head of gaming, said. “We’re thrilled to celebrate this milestone together and bring Monstercat’s greatest hits to our shared communities.”
The free items and Monstercat 10 Year Fan Pack will be available on July 5.
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