'Rocket League' meets Hot Wheels for real-life RC car soccer

The only problem with Rocket League is that you can't really play car soccer in real life. Hot Wheels is changing that. SEE ALSO: 'Broverwatch' is a group of guys who get together to play games and talk about their feelings Hot Wheels and Rocket League developer Pysonix teamed up to create a Rocket League RC car set that includes two smartphone-controlled cars, a game ball, and an arena that knows when you've made a goal and keeps score. The Hot Wheels Rocket League Rivals RC Set is coming this fall. Image: hot wheelsThe set's two cars, an Octane and a Dominus from the video game, can be controlled with an app on a smartphone or other smart device. The ball, which looks like the ball from the game, has an infrared signal so the goals and scoreboard can keep track of points. It even comes with a charging base for the cars that looks like a boost pad from the game. Read more...More about Toys, Rocket League, Toy Fair, Hot Wheels, and Rc Cars