The fifth free-to-play Rocket League season is bringing space war lore into the mix, and with it, space-looking goodies to commemorate the occasion. Pushing the trading community forward, the drops can be traded for credits or other items building an in-game economy with every release.
These new cosmetics will start to drop randomly across the player base in the form of blueprints which can be built or traded depending on your end game.
If you are unfamiliar with the system in place, fret not, fellow rocketeer, as here’s everything you need to know about the latest Rocket League collection, the Dorado Series.
Rocket League Dorado Series availability
The Rocket League Dorado Series is available for all rocketeers right now, as it was released on 7th December 2021.
The Dorado Series has been added to the blueprint drop rotation and is slowly being pushed.
Rocket League Dorado Series: How it works
Here’s how the blueprints system works in Rocket League:
- After playing Online Matches, you'll have a chance of receiving a Blueprint.
- Blueprints show you exactly what item you can build.
- Be on the lookout for Blueprints that unlock Painted or Special Edition item variants.
- Blueprints, and the items you get from them, are tradable to other players on the same platform.
This means that there are two ways for the user to get a specific item, A, having it drop randomly after a match and building it with in-game Credits or B, trading with another player for the item built from their own blueprint.
The former is the cheapest of the options as the closest to the series release you buy, the higher the prices since they skyrocket because of their natural novelty. The latter, though, is the fastest way although it will probably set you back a historically high price for each item.
Rocket League Dorado Series items
Here’s all the items and rarities for the Rocket League Select Favorite series. Remember they all are confirmed to be eligible to come in painted and certified versions, a first for many of the returning items:
- Canister wheels
- Sharpshooter (Jackal) decal
- Silencer (Jackal) decal
- Dragon Lord (Dingo) decal
- Spectral banner
- Jak’d wheels
- Hasher wheels
- Ethereal trail
- Huntress (Jackal) decal
- Bodacious (Dominus)
- Polygrid paint finish
- Jackal body
- Canister: Infinite wheels
- Hasher: Revolved wheels
- Chakram: Holographic
- Ethereal trail
- Distortion (Animus GP) decal
- Swayzee (Octane) decal
- Martian Wind (Dominus) decal
- Oozy (Fennec) decal
- Jak’d: Obverse wheels
- Warp Wave decal
- Stride Tide decal
- Phoenix Cannon goal explosion
Remember, although some of the items and their painted and certified variants will be hitting the Item Shop soon enough, keep in mind those credits invested in the Item Shop are not refundable as Item Shop-purchased items cannot be traded amongst players for Credits.
Feature image courtesy of Psyonix/Epic Games.