If you’re a new player to Rocket League – or even an experienced player who has been restricted to a single PC or console – some of the aforementioned bodies may be unfamiliar to you. This is due to the fact that new players begin with only the Octane, Gizmo, Road Hog, and X-Devil unlocked at the start of the game.
Car Bodies are divided into five rarities: common, import, exotic, premium, and exclusive Common bodies are the most common. You can begin unlocking bodies from the first three rarities simply by participating in matches and earning Rocket League Blueprints; however, Common bodies will drop more frequently than Import bodies, and you’ll have to be extremely lucky to come across Dominus or Komodo, the two Exotic-class chassis, respectively.
But if you find yourself with an accumulation of useless items (which does not necessarily include Bodies), you can try your luck with the Trade In feature. Access your Garage from the main menu of your game and then select Manage Inventory from the drop-down menu. Choose five Rocket League items for sale of the same rarity from this menu and trade them in for one item that is one stage rarer than the five items you chose earlier. If all five of your items are from the same Crate series, you will be rewarded with a new item from that same series, otherwise your new item will be completely random.
Keep in mind that some items, such as those unlocked through a Rocket Pass, are not tradeable, and there is no way to predict what type of item you will receive. It doesn’t matter if you trade in five toppers or a mixture of five different items; you could end up with any item you want in exchange for your trouble. If you still have questions, you can check out the Rocket League website, which has a comprehensive Trading In FAQ.
The Lamborghini Huracán STO, like the Ford F-150 RLE, can be purchased for 2,000 Rocket League credits (approximately $20) and is similar in price. There is no other way to unlock these bodies at the present time.
The Exclusives are the final Rocket League car body type to be introduced. These are dependent on the platform on which you are playing the game. PC players will be disappointed, but those who race on consoles will be able to unlock their own exclusive bodies by completing a few simple tasks.
Every car, despite the fact that they all fall into one of the five hitbox classes, has a slightly different feel due to minute differences in things like axel placement and turning circles. You’ll just have to experiment with a few different options until you find one that works for you!
Some Rocket League body types are only available to players who purchase Rocket Passes during a season’s duration. To give you an example, if you have purchased the premium track, you will be able to unlock the new Tyranno body type when you reach the first tier of the Season Three Rocket Pass.
However, once you’ve decided on your preferred body type, it’s time to customize your vehicle with all of the cosmetics that are available.