How Rocket League’s Blueprint Works – Everything About the New Item Shop

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Rocket League takes a new turns into adding micro-transactions in the game by introducing Blueprints and Crates. There is a new currency introduced called as Credits, replacing Keys. It can be a little confusing to understand how the new Item shops works, from where you can get Blueprints and how to to buy Credits that can be used to buy new items in the game. Mostly customization, Rocket League new Item shop is less forgiving. Prices are boosted and the new Credit currency system seems less enticing. So lets checkout everything about the item shop and find out how blueprint works in Rocket League.

What are Blueprints?

Blueprints unlock new customization for chars, like body, wheels, animations, decals, etc. When you get a Blueprint it will have a hidden item, the description does not really reveal what you get but it gives you details what can you expect from the blueprint. Blueprints offers only customization’s.

Are Blueprints Free?

Yes, you will be rewarded Blueprints by playing online matches, it’s a kind of reward you will earn when you win matches in Rocket Leagues. You can collect them in the item shop and claim them later on. Blueprints does not reveals any items when they are rewarded you have go in Item shop to see what you can get from them.

How to find what is in Blueprint?

Go to Garage and click on Manage Inventory. Next to All items there is an Blueprint section, click on it to check every blueprint you have in your inventory. To reveal what is inside the blueprint click on it and there will be a random item like skin, animation, decal, sticker, etc. Each Blueprint falls into a category like Turbo Series, Zephyr Series, Vindicator Series, Totally Awesome Series, etc. By moving cursor over the blueprint or by selecting it you will see the details of items possibly you can have inside it. To preview the item of blueprint just left click on it.

Can I customize cars for free by unlocking blueprints?

No, this this the catch, the blueprints are rewarded for free in Rocket League but to build car using the blueprint is paid. Yes, if you had unlocked a Exotic Wheel skin from a Blueprint it will cost you around 1400 Credits to build it. That means the skin is free, but to use it there will be a charge.

Are Credits Free in Rocket League?

Keys are replaced with Credits in Rocket League, that means if whatever existing keys you have will be now transformed to some credits. And they are not free at all, there is an cost to buy them.

  • 500 Credits – $4.99
  • 1100 Credits – $9.99
  • 3000 Credits – $24.99
  • 6500 Credits – $49.99

So here is all about the new update that make major changes in the Items Shop adding Blueprints and a new currency Credits in Rocket Leagues.

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