Randomized crates are being removed from Rocket League
Psyonix has announced that it is removing all paid, randomized crates from Rocket League later this year.
In a short post on its official site, the developer revealed that it will be replacing crates with a new system that shows players the exact items they will get in advance, similar to the X-Ray Llamas added to Save the World earlier this year.
“Here at Psyonix, and Epic Games as a whole, we are dedicated to creating the best possible experience for our players all over the world,” the developer wrote. “In pursuit of that goal, later this year we will remove all paid, randomized Crates from Rocket League, replacing them with a system that shows the exact items you’re buying in advance. This is similar to changes implemented earlier this year by the Fortnite Save the World team.”
Psyonix added that Rocket Pass Premium, DLC cars, and the Esports Shop will remain unchanged.
More information about the new system will be shared “in the coming months.”
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