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Rocket League Guide - Is It Worth Buying Rocket Pass 2 in Rocket League?

1/29/2019 9:56:45 AM

All Those Who Read This Guide, Today We Talk About Is It Worth Buying a Rocket Pass 2 in Rocket League? Payback of Rocket Pass 2, and a lot of other things, let’s drive!

 

Rocket Pass 2 Basic Information - Duration, Price and Level Up Time

Let's start with the fact that the new Rocket League Rocket Pass 2 last from December 10 to March 18.

It costs 10 keys or $10 if you take it not in the rocket league itself. (In the rocket league, there is a rocket pass plus minus 2 times more)

When you raise a level in the Rocket League, the Rocket Pass level rises along with it. From December 10 to March 18, for this period of time if you have returned 70 levels, then you will have 70 Rocket pass, we think it is understandable.

Rocket League Rocket Pass has 2 types, the first free Rocket Pass where you will be 2 times less than Premium Rocket Passwords get experience, which means your progress in Rocket Pass 2 will be slower than players with Premium Rocket Pass and items will also be much worse than the paid Premium Rocket Pass.

If you have already invested 10 keys on the Upgrage with a Free Rocket pass to the Premium Rocket Pass, then you automatically become the owner of the Premium Rocket Pass, and you can immediately raise your level of the Rocket Pass 2 by taking the time to match in order to increase it.

 

Worth Noting That Level 70+ Rocket League Rocket Pass 2 Items Are Untradeable

What could be done in the first Rocket Pass? Accordingly, items after level 70 can be traded.

Rocket League items starting from level 70 are already painted, you may also get lucky and you may fall out of something that was not in the first Rocket Pass, things marked Special Edition are special items that have a special unusual improved view from things up to level 70.

We will give an example of Titanium White Gripstride HX; its cost at the moment is 1-2 Rocket League keys; now we take the same wheels only Special Edition which are modified and their cost is much higher than Titanium White Gripstride HX: Inverted which have a large area of animation and which cost 16-20 keys (they used to cost 54-62, but we'll talk about that later, you can check the tradeable Rocket Pass 2 items prices on our Rocket League Prices Index)

Titanium White Gripstride HX

Rocket League Rocket Pass 2 - Titanium White Gripstride HX

Titanium White Gripstride HX: Inverted (Special Edition)

Rocket League Rocket Pass 2 - Titanium White Gripstride HX Inverted

After 70 there is a random content of the painted or painted + Special Edition of the subject.

Levels in the pumping of an infinite number can be pumped up to 100,300,700 levels and so on.

 

Should I Buy Rocket Pass 2 In Rocket League?

If you just want to replenish your inventory with beautiful things from Rocket pass 2 and with the condition that you will often play to pump Rocket Pass after level 70 and get beautiful things, then of course it is worth it.

But if you are a trader and the price of items in the new Rocket Pass 2 is important to you, as it was in the first Rocket Pass, things will very quickly fall in price, so when you exit the following Rocket Pass, you need to sell Rocket Pass 2 items very quickly, and if you are a buyer things, then you should wait for a hard drop of items in Rocket pass 2 for if you buy this or that item at a huge price, then in time this item will be evaluated in a couple of keys, which is not very cool. Anyway it’s no worries if you buy Rocket League Items from Rocketprices.Com, you always can get the cheapest prices for the RL keys, crates and items here.

Rocket League Rocket Pass 2 Item Prices

A double view is enough, but if Rocket Pass 2 has interested you with content and you devote a lot of time to the game, it’s worth it, but if you play very little in the Rocket League or very rarely go into it, there’s no point in buying Rocket Pass 2, and Rocket Pass to pump it in and spend sleepless nights chasing levels.

Personally, I can advise Rocket Pass to those who play a lot, since I myself actively and a lot play the Rocket League and this Rocket Pass 2 did not leave me without attention.