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See also: Rocket Pass

Harbinger is a vehicle body which can be obtained from premium Season 1 Rocket Pass.[3] It is classified as Limited rarity.

It is based on the Renegade Battle-Car, which originally appeared in Rocket League precursor Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars.

The Renegade's return was teased in Rocket League long before it was officially announced on September 17, 2020. The Renegade appeared as a old wrecked vehicle in the background of the Farmstead arena.[4] Additionally, in the trailer for Rocket Pass 6, an image resembling the Renegade with a SARPBC ball turning into a Rocket League ball could be seen for a moment in the HoloData goal explosion.[5] Finally, in the trailer for Season 1 Rocket Pass, the old wrecked vehicle in Farmstead turn into Harbinger.

Unlike the cars from previous Rocket Passes, the Harbinger does not have a G1 variant. This trend was continued in next Seasons.

Decals

Harbinger can be equipped with the following decals:

Common


Limited


Note: Battle-Cars can also be equipped with any universal decal.

Painted variants

Only the Harbinger GXT could have painted variants, and these could only be obtained after Tier 70 of the Rocket Pass.


Gallery

References

  1. @RocketLeague on Twitter: "Harbinger is Octane hitbox!"
  2. @RocketLeague on Twitter: "If you're curious why Harbinger is Octane hitbox and not the shiny new Merc one, it's because it fits the Octane box height super well."
  3. Patch Notes: Free To Play Release on Rocket League - Official Site
  4. Click to see image
  5. Rocket Pass 6 Trailer on YouTube
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