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Psyonix is elaborating on the upcoming Blueprints system for Rocket League

Rocket League developer Psyonix has revealed additional details about how the game's revised blueprint system will work when it launches next month. If you haven't followed Rocket League in a while, blueprints will soon replace the game's existing loot crates. They're designed to provide more transparency on the in-game items you can buy using real-world money. Each time you earn a blueprint, you'll be able to see exactly the item it unlocks. You can then either decide to purchase the drop or save it in your inventory to buy at a later date. Additionally, Psyonix revealed today that you'll also be able to trade any revealed blueprints, as well as any in-game items you used the schematics to buy, with other players.

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. In addition, Cheap Rocket League Credit is on hot sale at our website

At some point in December, Rocket League will receive an update that replaces randomized loot crates with Blueprints. After each online game, you'll be given the chance to grab a blueprint for a specific item, which you can create immediately using credits, trade with a friend, or save for later. Credits are Rocket League's new premium currency, which means they can be bought using real-world money. To be clear, the item the blueprint creates will be clearly listed before you choose to obtain it, so there's a little more transparency with this new system.

As soon as the new system comes into effect, all of your crates will automatically be converted to "unrevealed blueprints" of the same series, which you can reveal at no cost to see what items they build. Your keys will also be replaced by credits when the update arrives later this year. Likewise, decryptors have no place in the new system and will be replaced with free-to-open bonus gifts, which will hold "fan-favorite items throughout Rocket League's history."