Today, Psyonix and Nissan announced that from May 26 to June 7, Rocket League players will be able to purchase the new Nissan Z 2023 release as a gaming car.

Under the package, players who purchase a vehicle will receive Nissan Z Performancewhich accurately reflects the Real Performance finish, wheels, engine sound, Nissan Z player banner and Nissan x FaZe Clan sticker.

In total, the package will cost players 1,100 credits in the item store and is part of Nissan’s broader gaming strategy. I like it other automakers before thatThe Japanese automaker will, in addition to licensing its car for the game, sponsor various Rocket League Esports competitions.

Read also: The 2023 Nissan Z starts at $ 39,990 in the US, reducing the Supra 3.0 by $ 12,925

Among the events sponsored by the brand will be the upcoming ones Missile League The regional event of the North American Series Championship, which will be called “Nissan Classic” and will be held from 27 to 29 May.

May 26 meanwhile will take place Fr. Nissan The Crew Battles event is live, starting at 10 a.m. on PDT on Twitch. The event will have a prize pool of $ 25,000, and the broadcast will feature teams of three pros with each other in a cascading 3 on 3, 2 on 2, 1 on 1 format known as Battle Crew. The fights will be hosted by First Touch Roll Dizz and Dazerin, as well as JohnnyBoi.

The real Nissan Z is set to hit dealerships this summer at a starting price of $ 39,990. The Nissan Z Performance, like the one featured in the game, starts at $ 49,990. Either way, you get a choice of a six-speed manual or nine-speed automatic transmission, and both run from 3.0-liter V6 with a capacity of 400 liters (298 kW / 405 hp).

“We’re excited that avid Rocket League fans will be able to experience the thrill of the all-new Nissan Z,” said Alison Witherspoon, Nissan’s vice president of the United States. “It’s also a great time to highlight our existing collaboration with FaZe Clan, keep looking for new and real ways to be present in an ever-expanding world of eSports.”

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