Psyonix brings out new ranked rewards each and every Rocket League Season, bringing tons of fantastic and unique items to everyone's favorite car-football game. From the Tyranno in Season 3 to the Outlaw in Season 4, to the Nexus in Season 5 and the Nomad in Season 6, the developers behind Rocket League never fail to spoil us with their ranked reward selections. How does the system work, though, what's in Season 6's collection, and how do you work your way up the ranks?
What Are Ranked Rewards in Rocket League?
Ranked Rewards are special items that you earn through ranking up in each Rocket League season. Most seasons include about seventy different Tiers, each of which award you with a particular reward (if you own the premium Rocket Pass, that is). You can increase your rank in a variety of different playlists, and can track your progress by checking out the Rocket Pass tab as well as the Ranked Match selection screen within Rocket League.
What Are Rocket League Season Rewards?
In addition to the Ranked Rewards attained by levelling up through the tiers, you can also reach different Season Reward "Levels" by playing against other players of the same rank as you. Season Rewards are distributed each and every season, include the aforementioned ranked rewards, and are dependent on your current Rocket League Rank, which we have explained in more detail below. The ultimate Season Rank you can reach is Supersonic Legend, which will yield the best rewards, and is the sign of a true Rocket League master.
If you are curious about previous Seasons, here are our articles on both the Season 3 Rewards and Season 4 Rewards. Keep in mind that these are post-f2p season rewards.
- Rocket League Season 3 Rewards: Rankings, Release Date & Details
- Rocket League Season 4 Rewards: Rankings, Release Date & Details
What Are The Ranked Rewards in Rocket League Season 6?
Below is the complete list of all ranked rewards in Rocket League Season 6. These two tables make up both of Season 6's Rocket Passes. The first is the standard Rocket Pass, available for free, and includes a limited selection of items that are available at various different tiers up to and including Tier 110. Meanwhile, the second table consists of the Premium Rocket Pass, available for 1000 RL Credits for the base version, or 2000 RL Credits if you also want twelve tier skips. The Premium Pass includes ranked rewards for each of the 70 ranked reward tiers available this season.
All Ranked Rewards in Rocket League Season 6
Unlock Tier Rank
|Limited Player Title|
|Tier 5||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 10||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 13||Speedy Turtle||Limited Player Banner|
|Tier 15||Uncommon Drop|
Uncommon Reward Item
|Tier 18||Jupiter||Limited Topper|
|Tier 20||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 22||Nacho||Limited Paint Finish|
|Tier 25||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 28||Teddy||Limited Avatar Border|
|Tier 30||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 32||Flat Washed||Limited Player Title|
|Tier 35||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 40||Uncommon Drop||Uncommon Reward Item|
|Tier 43||Human Highlight||Limited Player Title|
|Tier 45||Rare Drop||Rare Reward Item|
|Tier 50||Rare Drop||Rare Reward Item|
|Tier 55||Rare Drop||Rare Reward Item|
|Tier 60||Rare Drop||Rare Reward Item|
|Tier 65||Very Rare Drop||Very Rare Reward Item|
|Tier 70||Very Rare Drop||Very Rare Reward Item|
In total, there are 24 different ranked rewards available to players for free in free-to-play Rocket League Season 6. The clear goal here is to elicit additional purchases from players, as the paid premium ranks provide us with a total of 70 items. Additional to these ranked rewards, Psyonix regularly release different bundles into Rocket League, such as the recent Ghostbusters crossover.
All Premium Ranked Rewards in Rocket League Season 6
Unlock Tier Rank
|Tier 1||Nomad||Limited Body|
|Tier 2||Nomster||Limited Player Banner|
|Tier 3||Anvil||Limited Topper|
|Tier 4||10% Party XP Boost||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 5||Nomad: Enginius||Limited Decal|
|Tier 6||Nomster||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 7||Smokesketch||Limited Trail|
|Tier 8||Super Sketchy||Limited Player Title|
|Tier 9||Bloomed||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 10||5% XP Boost||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 11||Another Round||Limited Player Anthem|
|Tier 12||100 RL Credits|
|Tier 14||Takumi: Grillzy||Limited Decal|
|Tier 15||Cotton Crown||Limited Topper|
|Tier 16||Skulledelic||Limited Player Banner|
|Tier 17||Nomad: Frontloaded||Limited Decal|
|Tier 18||Tilted Perspective||Limited Player Title|
|Tier 19||Hazy Flame||Limited Rocket Boost|
|Tier 20||Churchkey||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 21||Who Got Next||Limited Player Anthem|
|Tier 22||Nomad: Well Traveled||Limited Decal|
|Tier 23||5% XP||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 24||100 RL Credits||Currency|
|Tier 25||Buttoned||Limited Paint Finish|
|Tier 26||Posi-tron||Limited Wheels|
|Limited Avatar Border|
|Tier 28||Nomad: Sunny Smiler||Limited Decal|
|Tier 29||Out to Dry||Limited Antenna|
|Limited Player Title|
|Tier 32||5% XP||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 33||Nomad||Limited Player Banner|
Limited Paint Finish
|Tier 35||Nomster||Limited Topper|
|Tier 36||100 RL Credits||Currency|
|Tier 37||Fuzzee||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 38||Artifuss||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 39||5% XP||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 40||The Muse||Limited Player Title|
|Tier 41||Tri-Fly||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 42||Sun's Out||Limited Player Anthem|
|Tier 43||Nomster||Limited Antenna|
|Tier 44||Nomad: Groovy||Limited Animated Decal|
Limited Paint Finish
|Tier 46||Pulpo||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 47||Merc: Anthrophobe||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 48||100 RL Credits||Currency|
|Tier 49||Watercolor||Limited Paint Finish|
|Tier 50||5% XP||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 51||Tooth Scary||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 52||Nomad: Huntress||Limited Decal|
|Tier 54||Cooperduper||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 55||Flame-lane||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 56||Dream Beam||Limited Rocket Boost|
|Tier 57||Nomster||Limited Avatar Border|
|Tier 58||5% Party XP||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 59||Artifuss: Hatch||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 60||100 RL Credits||Currency|
|Tier 61||Nomad: Meteor||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 62||Disc-Bliss||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 63||Nomad GXT: Blinkpad||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 64||Pulpo: Infinite||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 65||Screentone||Limited Animated Decal|
|Tier 66||5% XP||Party Experience Boost|
|Tier 67||100 RL Credits||Currency|
|Tier 68||Cooperduper: Glitched||Limited Wheels|
|Tier 69||Nomster||Limited Goal Explosion|
|Tier 70||Nomad GXT||Limited Body|
Season 6 will end on June 15, 2022, after which we can expect a Season 7 and a brand new Rocket Pass. We will update these two Rocket League Ranked Rewards lists when this happens. Here are the Season 5 Tournament Rewards...
Welcome to the wonderful world of Season 6! Explore an animation-themed Rocket Pass, Comic Variant of Neo Tokyo, and zany new Tournament Rewards.— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) March 9, 2022
Season 6 is Live Now! pic.twitter.com/VoDdvQCI8B
What Are The Rocket League Ranks?
Rocket League Ranks are determined by how many wins you have achieved against other players of the same rank as yourself. For example, to reach the final rank and upgrade from Grand Champion to Supersonic Legend, you need to have won at least ten games against other players who are at the Supersonic Legend level. They are more-or-less the same thing as the above-described Rocket League Season Rewards, as those rewards are determined by your Reward Level, or rank. We broke all of this down in great detail in our dedicated Rocket League Ranks article. In addition, there is your MMR, which we will describe in a minute. First, though, Rocket League Ranks are distributed as follows:
|Number of Wins||Competitive Season Reward Level|
|10 Bronze Wins (or higher)||Bronze|
|10 Silver Wins (or higher)||Silver|
|10 Gold Wins (or higher)||Gold|
|10 Platinum Wins (or higher)||Platinum|
|10 Diamond Wins (or higher)||Diamond|
|10 Champion Wins (or higher)||Champion|
|10 Grand Champion Wins (or higher)||Grand Champion|
|10 Supersonic Legend Wins||Supersonic Legend|
What Is MMR In Rocket League?
MMR stands for "Matchmaking Ranking" and is a hidden rank that determines the players you will be pitted against by Rocket League's matchmaking system. It is different to your standard Rocket League Rank, though it is similar to SBMM. The latter is a popular system used in games like Call of Duty to pit players against others who are at roughly the same skill level.
What Are The Rocket League Season 5 Competitive Rewards?
Following are the final competitive Season 5 Rewards available to players who have placed at various Rocket League Ranks. Seeing as Rocket League Season 5's end date is March 9, 2022, these will be available from after this date (so at the beginning of Season 6) until the Season 6 end date, which is June 15. Additionally, there are separate rewards for Grand Champion and Supersonic Legend Title players. These are also listed below.
- Bronze I or higher: Season 5 Bronze Goal Explosion
- Silver I or higher: Season 5 Silver Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosion
- Gold I or higher: Season 5 Gold Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosions
- Platinum I or higher: Season 5 Platinum Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosions
- Diamond I or higher: Season 5 Diamond Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosions
- Champion I or higher: Season 5 Champion Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosions
- Grand Champion I: Season 5 Grand Champion Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosions
- Supersonic Legend: Season 5 Supersonic Legend Goal Explosion + lower Goal Explosions
Season 5 Grand Champion Title Rewards
- Competitive Grand Champion: "S5 GRAND CHAMPION" in Crimson text
- Rumble Grand Champion: "S5 RNG CHAMP" in Crimson text
- Hoops Grand Champion: "S5 DUNK MASTER" in Crimson text
- Snow Day Grand Champion: "S5 BLIZZARD WIZARD" in Crimson text
- Dropshot Grand Champion: "S5 FLOOR DESTROYER" in Crimson text
Season 5 Supersonic Legend Title Rewards
- Competitive Supersonic Legend: "S5 SUPERSONIC LEGEND" in Titanium White text
- Rumble Supersonic Legend: "S5 RNGENIUS" in Titanium White text
- Hoops Supersonic Legend: "S5 LEGENDARY BALLER" in Titanium White text
- Snow Day Supersonic Legend: "S5 ICE TITAN" in Titanium White text
- Dropshot Supersonic Legend: "S5 TILE ANNIHILATOR" in Titanium White text
How To Increase Your Rank in Rocket League
You rank up via in-game XP, as well as the number of wins you have against different players in Rocket League. Thus, to increase your rank in Rocket League, you need to do a number of things: first you need to reach rank ten, so that you unlock the ranked playlists, then, you need to make sure that you have mastered the basics so that you can compete against players at various different skill levels.
Honestly, increasing your rank and earning yourself more ranked rewards in Rocket League all comes down to patience and practice. The better you get at the game, the more matches you will win. In much the same way, the more XP you earn the higher your Season Ranking becomes as well. It's a complicated, slow, and rough process. You will have many sleepless nights, experience many losses, and suffer a great deal. The cool thing, though, is that once you start to improve, your skills will grow exponentially.
How to Claim Rocket League Season Ranked Rewards
As you increase your rank in the game, earn more XP, and work your way through the tiers, you will automatically unlock each Competitive Season's Rocket League Ranked Rewards. Once you have unlocked them, they will become available to you in the Garage and you can begin equipping whichever Rocket League items you want, applying those banners, and enjoying those new Battle Cars. It's a long and slow process, but a whole lot of fun!