Psyonix have released a new Werewolf and a new Road Hog XL Pack, both now available in the Rocket League Item Shop. Let's take a look at the Rocket League Werewolf Hitbox and the Rocket League Road Hog Hitbox.
It's time for Werewolves. Let's get growling. Let's have a bloody good time. It's time to celebrate life in the best way possible: with vehicles that represent famously dangerous animals and mythical creatures. We're not quite sure how the Werewolf and the Road Hog XL are supposed to be representative of their respective animals, but that's okay. They look pretty decent! Anyway, let's not waste any more of your time: here are the Rocket League Werewolf and Road Hog XL hitboxes, and pack details...
Before we get too carried away about the Rocket League Werewolf and the Rocket League Road Hog XL Hitboxes and packs, we do need to catch you up on all things Rocket League. Here's the latest Rocket League news...
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Rocket League Werewolf Details
What is the Rocket League Werewolf Hitbox?
The Rocket League Werewolf sports a Dominus Hitbox, giving it a very solid turning circle with some top-quality maneuverability. The Werewolf's Dominus Hitbox lacks in height, but instead makes up for it in length. Length in Rocket League is important, because it lends itself more defensive play, giving you more reach for things like last-moment goal saves and taking possession of the ball. In terms of handling, though, this vehicle will be more-or-less the same as an Octane Hitbox when you aren't boosting. That length is the real winner for the Rocket League Werewolf.
Look, we're not going to go into detail here about what the Rocket League Werewolf's Dominus Hitbox means for the vehicle. Instead, check out our guide on the Dominus Hitbox...
What is in the Rocket League Werewolf Pack?
- Werewolf Car Body, Crimson
- Voxel Goal Explosion, Crimson
- IO: Infinite Wheels Crimson
- 1000 Credits
The Rocket League Werewolf Pack costs about $15 USD in the Rocket League Item Store.
The Road Hog XL and Werewolf Packs are now available in the Item Shop! pic.twitter.com/0aj59qUc6x— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) August 24, 2021
Rocket League Road Hog XL Details
What is the Rocket League Road Hog XL Hitbox?
The Rocket League Road Hog XL has an Octane Hitbox, providing it with the skills and maneuverability for some fantastic competitive play. The Octane is a shorter hitbox, providing the Road Hog XL with a tighter turning circle than most, and more importantly, fantastic ball control. Honestly, the most reliable play in Rocket League is with some kind of Octane Hitbox, so if you like the look of the Road Hog, then you are in-luck with its hitbox. We're not quite sure why you would like the Road Hog, though, this thing's ugly as hell...
Again, we won't go into detail here, but if you want to deep-dive into what the Octane Hitbox means for the Road Hog XL, check out our in-depth article...
What is in the Rocket League Road Hog XL Pack?
- Road Hog XL Car Body, Sky Blue
- Yuzo Wheels, Sky Blue
- Hypernova Rocket Boost
- Lightspeed Trail
- Road Hog XL: Kinda Koi Decal, Sky Blue
- 500 Credit
The Rocket League Road Hog XL Pack costs about $5 USD in the Rocket League Item Store. Oh, also, that's it from me! Enjoy the Rocket League Werewolf and Road Hog XL Packs, they are pretty neat, and quite reasonable prices. Enjoy, play plenty of Rocket League, and don't forget to eat a pizza...
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