The Aston Martin Valhalla isn't yet available, but you'll soon be able to try one for yourself in Rocket League, which is set to introduce the latest iteration of James Bond's iconic car on all platforms as part of its ongoing Bond 007 collaboration.
The Aston Martin Valhalla, the first hybrid car in Rocket League, will be available to players for 1100 credits in the item shop. It will be released alongside the Bond 007 Collection, which will bundle the Valhalla with the Aston Martin DB5 — the classic iteration previously released over the summer. It will be available for 2000 credits.
The two cars will come with a variety of challenges and in-game items. They include the Agents Vs. Villains event on October 8, with more information to come soon. Psyonix will also introduce three in-game challenges that will allow players to unlock a Bond-themed player banner, avatar border, and player title.
The Aston Martin Valhalla will appear in No Time To Die, which is set to release in North America on October 8. One of the trailers offered a glimpse of the Valhalla in a wind tunnel in the run-up to release. No Time To Die will also feature an upgraded version of the Aston Martin DB5, which we got to check out last month.
In our No Time To Die review, we generally enjoyed Daniel Craig's adventure, calling it an "uneven but enjoyable swan song for the best Bond we've ever had." In the meantime, the real-life Aston Martin Valhalla is set to enter production in 2023, and will be available for a cool $800,000. You can get the Rocket League version for considerably cheaper beginning October 7.
Kat Bailey is a Senior News Editor at IGN