Rocket League is eliminating loot bins, however buying and selling will stay

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Crates, Rocket League’s model of paid loot bins, are leaving the game later this 12 months.

Rocket League developer Psyonix has announced that it plans to take away Crates from the game fully sooner or later later this 12 months.

Crates, randomised bins of beauty gadgets, don’t reveal their contents to gamers earlier than buy, and will be purchased with actual cash. The developer says Crates might be changed with a system “that shows the exact items you’re buying in advance.”

All gadgets presently being supplied for direct buy, equivalent to DLC vehicles, esports gadgets, and the Rocket Pass Premium will proceed to be accessible. Though Psyonix didn’t provide a goal date for when Crates might be eliminated, it confirmed that they’ll stay on sale till then.

It feels like all key particulars are nonetheless in flux, although numerous Psyonix builders have already clarified a number of factors on Reddit.

For occasion, the developer confirmed that crates will stay in participant inventories till this rollout takes place. After that, they are going to be “replaced with a usable alternative.” Likewise, keys will stay accessible till that time, after which their value will be “honoured”.

Interestingly, Psyonix builders explained that it’s not letting go of the large financial system that sprung up round key buying and selling. The new system, whose type has but to be confirmed, could discover a approach for this market to proceed with out the factor of blind bins.

Hit the Reddit hyperlink above for extra insights.