Rocket Leagues latest update went live today


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Rocket Leagues latest update went live today

The "Nimbus" looks long, shiny, and futuristic. It's said to have the same hitbox as these previously intoduced battle-cars: X-Devil, Endo, and Skyline. Its name, meaning cloud, leads us to believe it'll be great for aerial plays - though we'll just have to wait and see whether that comes to Rocket League Item fruition.The new "Elevation" crates will, as per usual, bring a ton of new cosmetic items to the game. From decals, to trails, to goal explosions, etc

Rocket League’s latest update went live today and gave Xbox One players the power to trade Keys with one another.Key trading is a feature that hasn’t been enabled on the Xbox One, at least not until today. It’s still not fully available yet with the Zephyr update that went live today laying the framework for the Key trading system, but Psyonix plans to fully enable the feature within the next few days.

Just like other games with loot boxes that contain random cosmetics – these boxes called “Crates” in Rocket League – you’ll need a Key to open them. Unless you get the Keys through in-game events, you’ll have to purchase them to unlock your Crates. Other players on different platforms than the Xbox One have had the convenience of trading cosmetics for Keys to unlock their Crates, but Microsoft’s policies prevented that from happening on the Xbox One, at least according to an FAQ from Psyonix that addressed the question previously www.lolga.com