Rocket League teams up with Lofi Girl for Frosty Fest

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At The Game Awards, Psyonix announced a partnership with Lofi Girl for Rocket League’s annual Frosty Fest.

The Lofi Girl channel is known for its extremely popular “lofi hip hop radio – beats to relax/study to” streaming on YouTube. Players can collect various Lofi Girl-inspired cosmetics as part of the release. Of course, there’s plenty of original music exclusive to the Frosty Fest event from artists Kainbeats, Purrple Cat and Xander.

Rocket League is known for its music partnerships. In 2017, Rocket League partnered with a music label Monster cat to produce original music for the title.

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