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Rocket League fans are so upset with the game’s microtransaction pricing

To the surprise of many, Rocket League developers Psyonix announced in early October that it would be removing the game's loot box system. Previously, Rocket League featured a "Crate" system in which players could spend real money on keys with which to open their Crate loot boxes. The new system, a Blueprint system that allowed players to buy specific items, went live this past week. Yet, despite widespread frustrations with loot boxes across the industry, Psyonix is actually facing calls to bring its loot boxes back.

Frustrations are high within the Rocket League community over the new microtransaction system. And yes, a vocal number of those frustrated Rocket League players are asking Psyonix to bring back its loot boxes. The reason why is both surprising and not. Players are complaining that Psyonix's prices for new cosmetics are way too high, and further, they're claiming that Rocket League's loot box system actually made cosmetics more affordable for the average player. To enhance your adventure and compliment your gameplay, you can buy Rocket League Credits from the reputable sellers 5mmo.com in a safe secure environment and at cheap rates.

It’s become such a point of contention that many are asking for lootboxes to come back. One of the reasons for that is because the lootboxes gave players a bunch of items that could be traded in the grey market. In this new system, there are top-tier items that on their own cost $20 – whereas with the loot box system that cash would have allowed players to earn at least 20 lootboxes containing all sorts of stuff.

One of the shop's current featured items is a car that's being sold for 1,200 credits, which is technically just over $10, but you'll actually need to buy two bundles of credits, 500 and 1,100, if your balance is empty, costing you around $15. Some of these items have been in the game for years—with players trading them for a few keys each, worth a few bucks—but they're now being sold for nearly ten times that by Psyonix.

Rocket League isn't free-to-play, and you might end up spending the same amount on an item as a copy of the game. Some players are already predicting that this is the first move in Rocket League making the shift to free-to-play, however, and the shop certainly looks the part.
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