"Rocket League" players are in for a treat this week, as the "Fast & Furious" DLC is set to arrive on all platforms. According to PC Gamer, this is the second time "Fast & Furious" will lend its cars to the game. The upcoming DLC will introduce the '99 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 from "2 Fast 2 Furious" (2003), as well as the '70 Dodge Charger R/T from "The Fast and the Furious" (2001). Each car will come with a price tag of $1.99 and will include "unique booming engine sounds, flashy wheels," and six decals each. To celebrate the launch this week, Psyonix released a new video, in which players can get a taste of the action that both cars will bring to the game.

New batch of 'Fast' cars coming to the game

The two new "Fast & Furious" DLC cars coming to "Rocket League" will join the previously added Ice Charger that was released to the game back in April, as part of the promotion for "The Fate of the Furious," Gamespot reported. Back then, Psyonix added the Ice Charger, which was based on Dominic Toretto's Dodge Charger in the film. It also included six decals, namely Clean Cut, Crazy Sandwich, Flames, Rakugaki, Rally, and CCCXL. In the upcoming DLC, players will also receive six new decals for each car.

New decals included in $2 package

"Rocket League" players would be glad to know that several new decals. According to Psyonix's official announcement, the Charger decals are Alameda Twin, Sinclair, Wheelman, Rally, and Flames.

Meanwhile, those who purchase the Skyline vehicle will receive Clean Cut, The Clutch, Home Stretch, 2Bold, 2Cool, and 2Tuff decals. The upcoming DLC is a collaborative effort between Psyonix, Universal, Dodge, and Nissan, in order to bring players two new Premium Battle Cars from the film franchise that stars Vin Diesel and has earned millions at the box-office.

The franchise is set to spawn a spin-off led by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson himself, featuring his character, Agent Luke Hobbes.

Psyonix promises more new content

The upcoming "Fast & Furious" DLC for "Rocket League" is just part of Psyonix's promise to deliver more fresh content to the game. Back in June, Psyonix's Jeremy Dunham told Engadget, "'Rocket League' is the game we're gonna keep updating.

It's important to us to keep that going, cross-generation, across multiple platforms without sacrificing anything." The game is now playable on a slew of platforms, including PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, OS X, Linux, and Nintendo Switch.