Keep an eye out for these rare Rocket League decals by keeping this list handy in case you ever come across any of them in the game’s open world. Due to the fact that the Season 1 Rewards are non-transferable decals, we were curious as to which set of skins would be the hardest to come by in the wild. It goes without saying that untradeable items will be tough to come by, but which players in the soccer video game are considered to be the best of the best?
Decals are in extremely high demand due to the fact that the body is the most sought after part of the game.
Here is a list of the top 10 rarest Rocket League decals that are still available in the game; some of them you may even be able to obtain for yourself, smiley face with eyes.
10. The Prizes for the First Season
We will get off to an easy start with the rewards of this Season. If you’ve played Rocket League even a little bit and found yourself getting hooked on the game, you need to get your hands on at least one of these bad boys. Introduced on the 9th of December, at the end of F2P Season 1, playing occasionally in competitive playlists should be sufficient to earn at least the Bronze decal. However, if you want to earn even more rewards before the event is over, you can always check out our comprehensive guide to Season 1 rewards.
As a result of the fact that these rewards cannot be traded with other players, encountering one of them can be quite difficult depending on your rank. In Supersonic Legends, the first all-white decal is a reward for playing competitive matches, and since these decals cannot be bought or sold, you should assume that anyone who possesses one of these decals has worked hard to earn it through a series of intense battles. Or it could be a bronze player who is just messing around.
9. Black Market Dissolver
The first decal of the day to come from Black Market. Uncommon, Rare, Very Rare, Import, Exotic, and finally Black Market are the levels of rarity that come before Black Market on a scale that goes from least common to most rare. Black Market is the most rare level. There are a total of 25 unpainted Black Market decals, and the Dissolver decal is the most expensive of all of them, ranging in price from 2200 to 2950 Rocket League credits depending on the platform you play on.
That, of course, does not take into account the fact that some of the other decals come in a Titanium White version. The Dissolver cannot be painted in-game, but its decals are still able to compete with those of the Big Boy.
8. The Rewards for Season 12
In reference to the Season Rewards, this is the first and only other set of decals that have been designated as having the status of a Season Reward. At the conclusion of the pre-f2p Season 12, every rank, with the exception of Supersonic Legend, received the color and decal that corresponded to their status. These are not only medals awarded to players for reaching the highest ranks possible, but also a timer that indicates how long a player has been working their way up the ranks. Again, these medals cannot be traded with other players.
7. Octane Huntress
Oh, the things I wouldn’t have to worry about if I had a Huntress decal for my Sky Blue Octane! If you are a member of the trading community, you are aware that the three things that are requested the most regarding Fennecs are Ombre decals, Huntress decals, and actual Fennecs themselves. If you are not a member of the trading community, you may not be aware of these three things. It should come as no surprise that you will frequently find bundles of Fennecs and Huntress decals packaged together.
The allure of the Fennec lies in the Octane hitbox as well as the Huntress decal that can be obtained. This is due to the fact that the Huntress is a futuristic skin with a faux-3D effect that can be applied to any one of the game’s five different bodies, but it can only be traded between players for the Fennec battle car. The Octane Huntress was included in Rocket Pass 5 and cannot be traded with other players to buy Rocket League items; therefore, if you come across one of these, please shed a tear for me.
6. TW RLCS X Octane
The epitome of the ideal model. As a result, when the redesigned League of Legends Championship Series X began with new Twitch drops, such as unpainted and painted RLCS X decals for the Fennec, Dominus, and Octane, we were not surprised because we had anticipated it all along. Due to the fact that Titanium White is the most expensive color in 99% of Rocket League items, the price range for this RLCS X decal for the Octane is between 2900 and 5300 credits, depending on the platform you use.
5. TW CRL Northern and Northern
If you thought the cost of the previous decal was high, you won’t believe how much worse it gets from here on out. The Northern CRL in Titanium White, which is part of the RLCS Fan Rewards Season 2 and costs between 7,200 and 9,400 credits, varies in price depending on the platform.
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The rarity of the RLCS rewards can be attributed to the fact that there are not very many of them and that they are in high demand. When drops typically come from a pool of more than 15 different items, getting the best one and having it painted Titanium White is figuratively equivalent to having lightning strike twice.
4. TW Dune Racer
Titanium White Dune Racer is here to help you keep up with the trend of purchasing white decals for nutty amounts of money. If I were to come across one of these in the wild, I would show proper courtesy by doffing my hat to show respect for its high status.
This decal is available from the RLCS Fan Rewards, and it will set you back a whopping 25,000 to 33,000 credits. It was introduced during the first season. That is not a typo on your part. In what might have otherwise been an ordinary day at the office in the decal designing department, supply and demand once again demonstrated their transformative powers.
3. Rizer sold on the Black Market or a Painted Rizer
We are taking a break from the trading economy and the community, and instead, with the Black Market decal Rizer, we are heading back to the category of items that cannot be traded among players.
Along with Stipple Gait and Buffy-Sugo, these decals are one of the few BM additions that this free-to-play season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer brought us. The only real difference is that Rizer can only be obtained by spending Tournament credits on crates or cups in order to open them. You may be wondering how one can acquire Tournament credits. Grinding hard.
There are four crates available to players, with prices ranging from 1,200 to 12,000 to 12,000 to 20,000 Tournament credits each, and the highest guaranteed rarity drop is Very Rare. As a result, the chances of getting a Rizer or a Painted Rizer (or a Black Market, for that matter) are extremely, extremely low. Players who win an hour-long Tournament can earn a maximum of 12,000 credits for their victory. There are four to five tournaments each day.
2. NRG Esports Legacy decal
The NRG Legacy decal comes in at number two on the list of decals that players cannot trade with one another. When it was available through the Esports Item Shop, acquiring one for yourself wasn’t a particularly challenging endeavor. However, after a certain marketing department got involved, things became more difficult. We were left with nothing but broken dreams for the original decal after NRG decided to rebrand themselves during the summer of last year.
This decal can currently only be obtained by purchasing the username and password of a seller for real money (gross), and it is not expected that it will be made available for purchase from the in-game store any time soon, if at all. And if there’s one thing that studying advertising has taught me, it’s that making a choice like that is a terrible idea.
1. Black Market Grey Mainframe
The king of kings, and for good reason, one of the rarest decals ever produced. The Grey Main Frame decals have been discontinued because they look too much like their counterpart, the Titanium White decals, and there are literally only a few left. They are not obtainable through trade-ups or blueprints anymore. The only ones that are left are the ones that already exist.
The one and only decal for Black Market Limited. Yikes. Because of this, its price ranges from 43,000 to 53,000 credits. This is not a joke. That comes out to approximately five hundred dollars, and that’s assuming the seller doesn’t get picky and decides to jack up the price due to the rarity of the item, which I don’t blame them for doing.
You now have access to the rarest Rocket League decals that are currently playable in the game, provided that you are willing to shell out the necessary funds to do so. You’d be surprised at the lengths the community has gone to in order to make a buck off of digital paint jobs, even though they cannot be traded between players in the game.