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Engine audio is a customization option in Rocket League. The feature was added on July 5, 2017, as part of the second anniversary update.[1]

Any engine sound can be used with any vehicle, with the exception of certain licensed engine sounds, such as the Batmobile, DeLorean Time Machine and Ice Charger. If a vehicle is not owned, its engine audio is not available.

Most engine audio are classified as Common rarity, since engine audio do not come as individual items. They cannot be traded and they don't appear in the inventory. Engine audio that comes from the Rocket Pass, however, is classified as Limited and can be traded if it's from the Free Pass tiers. Engine audio from Premium Rocket Pass tiers cannot be traded.

List of Engine Audio

They are currently sixty-five in-game engine audios to choose from. The following are obtained either by default or by unlocking their associated vehicles:

Rocket Pass

Engine audio from Rocket Pass was only included in the premium tiers until Rocket Pass 6 which included engine audio in the free tiers. Items from the premium Rocket Pass tiers are untradable.

Premium Tiers:

Free Tiers:

Twitch Prime

The following engine audio can be obtained by linking your Twitch Prime account with your Rocket League platform of choice.[2]

  • Drude Engine Audio

Examples

The following is a sample of the OEM-A engine audio:

Here is a showcase of different engine audios:

Rocket League®: All Engine Audio (Overdrive Update) on YouTube

Gallery

References

  1. Patch Notes v1.35: Anniversary Update on Rocket League - Official Site
  2. Twitch Prime In-Game Content on Rocket League - Official Site
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