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Vehicle bodies, also known as Battle-Cars, are the most basic and important method of player customization.

Rocket League, at its base, features ten standard car bodies. Four of these vehicles are available by default, while the other six require completed matches to unlock. These ten default cars are classified as common rarity. Each vehicle body is assigned to one of five possible Body Types.

The PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch game versions include console-exclusive unlockable Battle-Cars (Sweet Tooth for the PlayStation 4; Hogsticker and Armadillo for the Xbox One; Mario NSR, Luigi NSR and Samus' Gunship for the Nintendo Switch). Vehicle bodies record the number of matches won while equipped.

Psyonix introduces new Battle-Cars via Blueprints, the Item Shop and the Rocket Pass. There are currently over 65 vehicle bodies. They are listed below:

Common

See also: Non-Crate Items

Most common bodies can be unlocked simply by completing matches. Octane, Gizmo, Road Hog and X-Devil are unlocked by default.

On August 3, 2017, Psyonix introduced painted variants of some common bodies, which could be obtained via the trade-in system.[1] These variants are classified as import rarity.

Platform Exclusives

The Hogsticker and Armadillo bodies are only available in the Xbox One version of the game.

  • The Hogsticker is unlocked by playing one match with every common body.
  • The Armadillo is unlocked by completing a season in the single-player Season Mode.

The Luigi NSR, Mario NSR and Samus' Gunship bodies are only available for Nintendo Switch players.

  • The Mario NSR may only be used while on the orange team, while the Luigi NSR is only available on the blue team. They are unlocked for Switch users by default at the beginning of the game.
  • Samus' Gunship is unlocked by completing matches.

The Sweet Tooth body is only available in the PlayStation 4 version of the game.

  • It is unlocked by playing one match with every common body.

Import

These bodies can be acquired from Crates, or through the trading system when players trade in five very rare items. Import-rarity painted versions of common vehicle bodies can be obtained exclusively through trade-ins. All import bodies can be traded between players.

Some import bodies are special variants of another Battle-Car, and therefore have the same hitboxes, physics, and turning radii as their original counterparts. These include the Octane ZSR, the Breakout Type-S, and the Road Hog XL.

Exotic

Limited

Twitch Prime

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

Premium

These bodies are only available by purchasing their related DLC.

Note: The Batmobile's and DeLorean Time Machine bodies are licensed. As such, they can only use their respective Wheels and Rocket Boosts; they cannot use Decals, Toppers or Antennas. The only exception to this is the Jurassic Jeep® Wrangler and the McLaren 570S, which can use any rocket boosts, but still cannot use decals, toppers or antennas.

Rocket Pass

Rocket Pass 1

These bodies were available in Premium Rocket Pass 1. They can still be traded.

Rocket Pass 2

These bodies were available in Premium Rocket Pass 2. Only painted variants of the Artemis GXT can be traded.

Rocket Pass 3

These bodies were available in Premium Rocket Pass 3. Only painted variants of the Guardian GXT can be traded.

Rocket Pass 4

These bodies were available in Premium Rocket Pass 4. Only painted variants of the Mudcat GXT can be traded.

Rocket Pass 5

These bodies are available in Premium Rocket Pass 5. Only painted variants of the Chikara GXT can be traded.

Rocket Pass 6

These bodies are available in Premium Rocket Pass 6. Only painted variants of the Ronin GXT can be traded.

References

  1. Trade-In System Expansion Now Live on Rocket League - Official Site
  2. Twitch Prime In-Game Content on Rocket League - Official Site
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