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Zag Toys is an American manufacturer founded in 2012 that produces licensed toys.

Original Mini's Pull-Back Racers

On February 2017 it was announced that Psyonix had partnered with Zag Toys to create a line of pull-back racing cars based on the battle-cars in Rocket League.[1]

12 cars were released – 8 unique cars and 4 limited variants – each contained in a replica Rocket League ball. The limited "rare" and "super rare" vehicles came with codes for both the "Cold Fusion" Rocket Boost and the "ZT-17" Wheels, which can be redeemed in-game via the "Extras" menu.

Although originally only being available in the US, they are now available in Canada, Australia and select regions of Europe as well.

Battle-Cars

Limited variants

Light-Up Clip-Ons

On February 2018 it was announced that Psyonix had once again partnered with Zag Toys to create a line of light-up clip-on toys based on the battle-car in Rocket League.[2]

9 cars are to be released – 8 unique cars and 1 limited variant. The limited "super rare" model comes with a code for the new "Z-Plate" Wheels, which can be redeemed in-game via the "Extras" menu.

Battle-Cars

Customizable Battle-Cars

On January 17, 2019, Psyonix partnered with Zag Toys again to create a line up of Customizable 'Battle-cars' with toppers and antennas based on the Battle-cars in Rocket League.[3]


There are a total of 13 Battle-cars, 10 Toppers, 12 Antennas, and 8 Wheels to collect.

Custom Mega pack

The Custom mega pack includes 3 Battle-cars, 6 Antennas, 6 Toppers, and 4 Wheels. When you buy a Custom Mega pack, you get a code for "Vanemail 482" wheels.

Battle-cars
Antennas
  • Dollar Sign
  • Bomb Pole
  • Heart
  • Moai
  • Horseshoe
  • Smiley
Toppers
Wheels
More info needed...

Single packs

Single packs include 1 Battle-car, 1 Topper, and 1 set of Wheels. When you buy the Dominus GT Battle-Car, you get a code for "Vanemail 633" Wheels. If you buy the Octane Single pack, you get a "Zag Toys" Player Banner. If you buy the Takumi Single pack, you get a "Showman" Topper. If you buy the Centio V17 Single pack, you get a "Zagpet" Antenna.

Battle-cars
Toppers
Wheels
More info needed...

Mystery garages

Mystery garages include 1 Battle-car, 1 Antenna, and 1 set of Wheels. Mystery garages do not include a redeemable code.

Battle-cars
Antennas
  • Cupcake
  • Rubber Duckie
  • Peace
  • Skull
  • Lightning Bolt
  • Flower-Rose
Wheels
More info needed...

Pull-Back Racers Series 2

In April 2019, the second series of the Pull-Back Racers was announced, again based on the Battle-cars in Rocket League. They were produced by Jazwares and released exclusively at GameStop.[4]

12 cars were released – 8 unique cars, 3 rare variants and one super-rare electroplated variant – and similar to Series 1, each were contained in a replica Rocket League ball. All vehicles came with a code for the "ZT-19 GS" Wheels, which can be redeemed in-game via the "Extras" menu.

Battle-Cars

Limited variants

Gallery

External links

References

  1. Rocket League Toys Coming This Spring on Rocket League - Official Site
  2. More Rocket League Toys Arrive in March on Rocket League - Official Site
  3. Jazwares Battle-Cars At Target Stores Now on Rocket League - Official Site
  4. New Jazwares Pullback Racers Speed into GameStop April 20 on Rocket League - Official Site
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