How to Get Ferocity Crates & What’s in Them in Rocket League
Alongside a cross-platform friends list, Rocket League‘s most recent update also introduces a brand new crate to Psyonix’s vehicular soccer title. As expected, the newly-added Ferocity Crate comes with its own unlockable set of shiny goodies. Here’s all you need to know about how to get Ferocity Crates & what’s in them in Rocket League.
The Ferocity Crate has a number of things in common with Rocket League’s other crates. It can be obtained by jumping into and completing online matches, as well as engaging in trading with other players. If you plan on trading, however, it’s safe to expect high prices, especially closer to its launch.
The Ferocity crate also shares the same drop rates as its peers. They are as follows:
- Rare Item: 55%
- Very Rare Item: 28%
- Import Item: 12%
- Exotic Item: 4%
- Black Market Item: 1%
- Chance of receiving Painted attribute: 25%
- Chance of receiving Certified attribute: 25%
Once you get your hands on one or more Ferocity Crates, you’ll have to purchase or trade for Rocket League unlock keys in order to access the contents.
As for the contents themselves, players can look forward to a total of 17 items which include both a new set of customization items, as well as the new Diestro Battle-Car. Here’s the complete list of Ferocity Crate contents alongside their rarities in Rocket League:
- Diestro (Import)
- Jayvyn (Very Rare)
- ASIK (Import)
- Pyrrhos (Exotic)
- Zowie (Exotic)
- Breakout: Taniwha (Rare)
- Twinzer: Good Shape (Rare)
- Octane: Gale-Fire (Rare)
- Octane: Winblast (Rare)
- Octane: Tumbling Blocks (Very Rare)
- Wet Paint (Black Market Animated)
- Intrudium (Black Market Animated)
- Hex Tide (Black Market Animated)
- Glitch (Import)
- Solar Flare (Black Market)
- Straight-Line (Very Rare)
- Hat Trick (Rare)
That’s all you need to know about how to get Ferocity Crate & what’s in it in Rocket League.
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