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Batman returns for this year’s Rocket League Haunted Hallows event, which begins today.

Rocket League‘s annual Haunted Hallows event begins today, and the Caped Crusader – with three famous Batmobiles – is along for the ride.

The Haunted Hallows in-game event also features new Event Challenges with super villain-themed items, a Batman-themed Rumble Limited Time Mode, and a Gotham Night arena variant.

During the event – which runs until November 1 – players can claim the free Dark Knight Player Title as a log-in reward.

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Here are full details, taken from Psyonix’s press release:

New Event Challenges – Players will complete Haunted Hallows Event Challenges to unlock Batman Super-Villain themed items such as the Joker Dominus Decal and Boost, Gotham’s Finest Merc Decal, Harley Quinn Wheels and Topper, Poison Ivy Boost, and more.

Gotham City Rumble LTM – Rumble mode is being transformed and power-ups are now themed after Batman and his enemies. Players can use Joker’s Boxing Glove, Harley’s Hammer instead of the Boot, Poison Ivy’s vines instead of the Grappling Hook, and more.

Batmobiles & Bat-Signals – The Batmobile (1989), The Dark Knight’s Tumbler, and the Batmobile (2016) will be available in the Item Shop during Haunted Hallows. Additionally, there will be three Bat-Signal Goal Explosions that show off the Bat-Symbol from three different eras. All Batmobiles and Goal Explosions will be available in the Batman Halloween Bundle for 2000 Credits, alongside individual Batmobile Bundles, plus the ability to purchase the Reel Life Decals and Goal Explosions separately.

Beckwith Park (Gotham Night) Arena Variant – This new limited-time Arena has been transformed by the Super-Villains of Gotham City.

Rocket League is available to download and play for free on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Mac, and Nintendo Switch.

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