Rocket Pass - FAQ

What is Rocket Pass?

Rocket Pass is a brand new, time-limited progression system that will give you several ways to earn new content in Rocket League with both a free and premium (paid) path. Our goal is to offer several Rocket Passes every year, with an emphasis on new, unique content for each Pass. This will not replace the current XP-based progression system.

Will Rocket Pass feature Quests or Challenges as part of its leveling system?

There won't be any gameplay challenges in the first Rocket Pass. We intend to add a "Weekly Win Bonus" as part of Progression updates that allows you to level-up faster by winning enough games each week. We are being careful about introducing "challenges" as we don't want to disrupt the competitive balance of Rocket League by encouraging users to hunt down specific stats like Saves or Assists. That said, we are considering safe ways to give players specific goals for future Passes, like playing matches in specific game modes, or achieving shared team objectives.

Will high-level players earn Pass Tiers more slowly because their levels take longer?

Nope! As part of the Progression updates we've mentioned, all levels beyond a certain threshold require the same amount of experience. Level 30 will take just as long as Level 300. So you won’t be at any disadvantage if you’ve played more than someone else.

Can I unlock Crates in Rocket Pass?

Crates are not available as Pass Tier unlocks, but you can unlock Decryptors in Rocket Pass and Keys in the Premium upgrade.

Will every Rocket Pass item drop as Painted or Certified Pro Tier rewards?

No. Only a select list of items will be eligible to drop from Pro Tiers, which will be focused primarily on the best Premium rewards from the Pass.

How long will it take to unlock every Tier in Rocket Pass?

We estimate that Rocket Pass will take about 100 hours to complete, excluding Pro Tiers. This will vary depending on what else is going on when you're playing -- Double XP weekends, etc.