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Decals are a customization option in Rocket League. Each vehicle has its own set of decals that can be unlocked in various ways. Decals record the number of saves performed while equipped.

Typically, decals are obtained from crates, through trade-ins, and through player trading. They can also be bundled with DLC packs or featured in the Rocket Pass.

Common

Decals listed here must be unlocked simply by completing matches. Flames, Stars, Stripes, and Tech are unlocked by default.

Rare

See also: Non-Crate Items

Some decals listed here can only be found in crates. Others can be found as a random drop, or through trade-ins.

Click on the decals with colored icons below to see their painted variants.

Very Rare

Decals listed here can only be found in crates.

Note: The Distortion and Dot Matrix decals prevent the player from choosing a secondary color; the accent color is exclusively black.

Import

Decals listed here are classified as Common quality. They are included with their respective Import cars once the car is obtained.

Decals listed here may only be found from crates.

Exotic

Decals listed here can be found in accordable Blueprint Series

Limited

Competitive

Season 12 (Legacy)

Players who participated in the Competitive playlists during Season 12 (Legacy) received limited decals as a reward when the season ended. Decals were awarded to a player based on the highest season reward level they reached. These decals cannot be traded with other players.

Season 1

Players who participated in the Competitive playlists during Season 1 received limited decals as a reward when the season ended. Decals were awarded to a player based on the highest season reward level they reached. These decals cannot be traded with other players.

Nitro Circus

The Nitro Circus decal could be obtained by using the Redeem Code: rlnitro. It is not available anymore.

RLCS Fan Rewards

Fan Rewards Phase 1

Players who registered for Fan Rewards and watched the RLCS enabled for item drops on Twitch starting from June 2, 2017 to January 28, 2018 could receive this limited item as a random drop during the live broadcast.

Fan Rewards Phase 2

Players who registered for Fan Rewards and watched the RLCS and RLRS enabled for item drops on Twitch starting from March 10, 2018 could receive this limited items as a random drop during the live broadcast.

Fan Rewards Phase 3

Players who registered for Fan Rewards and watched the RLCS, CRL, and RLRS enabled for item drops on Twitch starting from September 1, 2018 could receive this limited items as a random drop during the live broadcast.

RLCS Set
Rival Series Set
CRL Set
Fan Rewards Phase 5

Players who registered for Fan Rewards and watched the RLCS, CRL, and RLRS enabled for item drops on Twitch starting from September 28, 2019 could receive this limited items as a random drop during the live broadcast.

Fan Rewards Phase 6

Players who registered for Fan Rewards and watch RLCS enabled for item drops on Twitch starting from February 1, 2020 could receive these limited items as a random drop during the live broadcast.

Shazam!

The following decal could be obtained using the Redeem Code: shazam (The code no longer works)

Special Events

Beach Blast

The following decals could be purchased with "Shells" during the 2018 Spring Fever special event.

Frosty Fest

Frosty Fest 2017

The following decals could be purchased with "Snowflakes" during the 2017 Frosty Fest special event.

Frosty Fest 2018

The following decals could be purchased with "Snowflakes" during the 2018 Frosty Fest special event.

Frosty Fest 2019

The following could be purchased with "Snowflakes" during the 2019 Frosty Fest special event.

Haunted Hallows 2017

The following decals could be purchased with "Candy Corn" during the 2017 Haunted Hallows special event.

Llama-Rama

The following decal can be obtained by completing a specific challenge in the Llama-Rama event.

Lucky Lanterns

The following decals could be purchased for 100 "Red Envelopes" during the 2020 Lucky Lanterns special event.

Radical Summer

These decals are available for limited time in the multiple phases of the Radical Summer special event.

80s Blockbuster

The following decal is characterized for being part of a famous franchise of the '80s. It cost 100 "Cassettes"

The Goonies

The following decal could be obtained by using the Redeem Code: truffleshuffle (The code no longer works)

Spring Fever

The following decals could be purchased with "Flowers" during the 2018 Spring Fever special event.

Twitch Prime

The following decals can be obtained by linking your Twitch Prime account with your Rocket League platform of choice.[1]

What A Save!

The What A Save! decal could be obtained by playing and completing 6 matches. This decal cannot be traded. (It was only a Fan Reward Drop, which is listed in the correct place, it was just a bug, when it first appeared to inventories after playing 6 games)

X Games

The following decal was available in the Item Shop for a limited time between January 21-24, 2021 and January 28-31, 2021. Although its price was Credits icon (transparent).png100 at first, it was changed to Credits icon (transparent).png300 shortly after the release. Psyonix stated that the initial pricing was an error.[2]

Black Market

Decals listed here have a very low chance (1%) of being found in crates. These decals are unique in that they were once shown in crate previews as an Octane Battle-Car partially covered by purple hexagon-patterned fabric. These decals were dubbed "Mystery Universal Decal" in the previews, which means that these decals are applicable to all Battle-Cars. As of Patch v1.41, they can be previewed normally and are no longer dubbed "Mystery Universal Decal" .

Notes
  • The Biomass and Labyrinth decals prevent the player from choosing a secondary paint color; the accent color is always black.
  • The Hex-Tide, Mainframe and Wet paint decals can be painted.
  • Since December 4, 2019, Trigon and 20XX can now be painted.

Premium

These decals are only available by purchasing the related DLC.

Xbox Customization Pack

The Xbox decal originally could only be obtained for Xbox Game Pass users however on July 15th, 2019, the Customization Pack was made available to all Rocket League owners on Xbox One.[3]

PlayStation®Plus Pack

Since Rocket League went Free to Play, PlayStation users are able to get access to Plus Packs including various items. S2 includes: SLK-VL Wheels, Hypernova G1 Boost, Lightning Plus Trail, and the Vice SE Decal.[3]

Esports Shop

These decals can only be purchased in the Esports Shop for 300 Tokens each. The decals are available for the Octane, Dominus, and Fennec bodies. In Patch v1.88, the Esports Shop was revamped with a new interface and some different items.

Current Rotation

The revamped Esports Shop after Patch v1.88 is divided into North America and Europe teams. On February 1, 2021, Fennec decals were released for all available teams.[4]

North America
Europe

Old Rotation

The old Esports Shop prior to Patch v1.88 only had decals available for the Dominus and Octane bodies. There was a different selection of teams.

Rocket Pass

Rocket Pass 1

These decals could be obtained at certain tiers in Rocket Pass 1. Now they can only be obtained via trading.

Free
Premium

Rocket Pass 2

These decals could be obtained at certain tiers in Rocket Pass 2. Now they can only be obtained via trading.

Free
Premium

Rocket Pass 3

These decals could only be obtained at certain tiers in Rocket Pass 3. Now they can only be obtained via trading.

Free
Premium

Rocket Pass 4

These decals could only be obtained at certain tiers in Rocket Pass 4. Now they can only be obtained via trading.

Free
Premium

Rocket Pass 5

These decals could only be obtained at certain tiers in Rocket Pass 5.

Free
Premium

Rocket Pass 6

These decals could only be obtained at certain tiers in Rocket Pass 6.

Free
Premium

Season 1 Rocket Pass

These decals could only be obtained at certain tiers in Season 1 Rocket Pass.

Free
Premium

Season 2 Rocket Pass

These decals can only be obtained at certain tiers in Season 2 Rocket Pass.

Free
Premium

References

  1. Twitch Prime In-Game Content on Rocket League - Official Site
  2. @RocketLeague on Twitter: "The X Games items added to the Item Shop today were released with incorrect pricing. We apologize for the error, and the pricing has been corrected."
  3. 3.0 3.1 Rocket League® - Xbox Customization Pack
  4. Next Rocket League Update Arrives February 1 on Rocket League - Official Site
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