Blueprints will arrive in a Rocket League game update next month
Earlier this year, Psyonix made the decision to remove its Crates loot box system from Rocket League in favour of something more transparent. Blueprints will be added to the game next month, and now the developer has detailed how the new system will work.
To get everyone on the same page, Rocket League will convert any existing loot crates players have in their inventory to blueprints when the update goes live in December. When you launch the game, they’ll be there waiting for you to reveal what they can turn into. The one thing to note here is that you can’t trade a blueprint without first finding out what it turns into since that would go against the spirit of the new system.
Players will be able to trade Blueprints with one another, just as they’re currently able to trade items (which will remain the case going forward). You’ll be able to trade revealed Blueprints, as well as items that have been built from Blueprints, as well as Credits (although you cannot trade Credits for other Credits or give them away, only for items and Blueprints). You will not be able to trade Unrevealed Blueprints. In addition, Cheap Rocket League Prices is on hot sale at our website 5mmo.com.
Any Decryptors you have in your inventory will be turned into “Bonus Gifts” after the update. These will contain items from the Vindicator Crate series and the first Blueprint Series, which is called the Revival Series. The Revival Series will “bring back some fan-favorite items throughout Rocket League’s history.”
Revealed Blueprints will be obtained from online matches, which can then be stored in the inventory, directly built with Credits, or traded with someone else. Crates will be automatically converted to unrevealed Blueprints, which cannot be traded until they’re revealed, a process that doesn’t cost anything. Finally, Psyonix says Decryptors will no longer be available once Crates are gone.