Although we’ve known about Psyonix’s move away from loot crates into Rocket League Blueprints for a while now, the developers have at long last detailed the Blueprints in Rocket League. We now know in some detail how Blueprints work in Rocket League. With this knowledge in mind, we thought we should share with you how to get Blueprints in Rocket League. Below, we’ll let you in on how you can get hold of Blueprints in Rocket League and what you can do with them once you do receive any.
How to get Blueprints in Rocket League
Thanks to a blog post from Psyonix, we now know more about how Blueprints work in Rocket League. There has been some confusion as to what will happen in the game following the introduction of Blueprints, but the new reward and microtransaction system sounds relatively straightforward. How to get Blueprints in Rocket League is simple: You’ll get Revealed Blueprints from playing online matches, much in the same way you received Crates.
Unfortunately, Psyonix hasn’t detailed how often you’ll receive Revealed Blueprints. Our best guess would be at a similar rate to Crates, although it could be more or less often than that. Any Revealed Blueprints you receive can be traded with other players freely. You will need to spend Credits to build items from Revealed Blueprints. Credits will replace Keys and Decryptors following the update. Any Decryptors you have following the update in December will be converted into Bonus Gifts. These Bonus Gifts can be opened for free and will feature items from the first Blueprint Series and Vindicator Crates.
On top of getting hold of Revealed Blueprints from playing online, you can also receive Unrevealed Blueprints. You will get Unrevealed Blueprints from any Crates you have leftover following the eventual December Blueprint update. Thankfully, you can reveal any Unrevealed Blueprints at no extra cost. You cannot trade Unrevealed Blueprints, unfortunately, but you can trade them as soon as you reveal them.