Psyonix Reveal The Odds For The Crates In Rocket League

Psyonix have revealed the drop rates for the paid for crates found in Rocket League and have said these rates have remained constant since the crates were added to the game in September 2016. In recent months loot crates have become a hot topic within the gaming world and Belgium recently ruled that loot crates are a form of gambling.

Here are the rates.

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  • 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%

“Our Crate system uses a three-step process,” said Psyonix. “When you open a Crate with a Key or Decryptor, the system first determines what rarity level to choose from — Rare, Very Rare, Import, Exotic or Black Market — based on the percentages listed above. Next, the system determines which item within that rarity group is dropped.”

“If you’re receiving an Import-level Customization Item from the Impact Crate, for example, each of the three Import items in the Impact Crate have an equal chance of dropping. Finally, the system determines if the item will drop with Painted and/or Certified attributes.”

Source: Rocket League

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3 Comments

  1. This should be mandatory practice imo, good on them for revealing this.

    Would be great if EA did the same for Ultimate Team packs.

    • It should come with a mandatory test of basic maths and only show you the odds once you can prove you understand how probabilities work.

      Otherwise people will be complaining that they opened 100 crates and didn’t get a single one of those 1% odds items. (Which is actually reasonably likely to happen)

    • EA have said that they will do the same for Ultimate Team packs from FIFA 19 onwards. Knowing EA that will amount to a 100% chance of a gold player in a gold pack :D

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