Crate framework is being evacuated for another one
Rocket League’s Crate framework is being evacuated for another one: Blueprints. Designer Psyonix declared today that the change is Rocket League Credits coming in December.
Psyonix reported in August it was expelling Crates from Rocket League, following Epic Games’ lead with its expulsion of plunder boxes from Fortnite’s Save the World. In Rocket League, players will get the opportunity to get Blueprints subsequent to playing matches. These things will show what can be made, and afterward player will pick on the off chance that they need to make it. Players should pay to make the thing utilizing Credits as opposed to buying a key to open a Crate. Credits are the “new premium money” coming to Rocket League with the December update. They can be utilized to make Blueprint things, purchase stuff from the new Item Shop, and move up to Rocket Pass Premium.
“Like the Crate things that went before them, Blueprints Buy Rocket League Items can drop with uncommon characteristics like Painted, Certified, and Special Editions,” Psyonix wrote in a blog entry sketching out the framework.