Rocket League Season 7 Ranked Rewards: All Details

Psyonix offers ranked rewards each and every Rocket League Season. What are they, how do they work, and how do you claim them?
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How do ranked rewards work in Rocket League? | © Psyonix

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, the Nomad in Season 6, and finally the Maestro in Season 7 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 7'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.

What Are The Ranked Rewards in Rocket League Season 7?

Below is the complete list of all ranked rewards in Rocket League Season 7. These two tables make up both of Season 7'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 7

Unlock Tier Rank

Item Name

Item Type

Tier 2

Aspiring Influencer

Limited Player Title
Tier 5Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item
Tier 8

Breakout: King Monke

Limited Decal
Tier 10Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item
Tier 13AquariumLimited Player Banner
Tier 15Uncommon Drop

Uncommon Reward Item

Tier 18Fat StacksLimited Topper
Tier 20Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item
Tier 22DenimLimited Paint Finish
Tier 25Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item
Tier 28Takumi: SizzledLimited Decal
Tier 30Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item
Tier 32Chic GeekLimited Player Title
Tier 35Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item

Tier 38

ExcavatorLimited Topper
Tier 40Uncommon DropUncommon Reward Item
Tier 43Credit HoarderLimited Player Title
Tier 45Rare DropRare Reward Item

Tier 48

BarbershopLimited Wheels
Tier 50Rare DropRare Reward Item
Tier 55Rare DropRare Reward Item
Tier 60Rare DropRare Reward Item
Tier 65Very Rare DropVery Rare Reward Item
Tier 70Very Rare DropVery Rare Reward Item
Tier 80Very Rare DropVery Rare Reward Item
Tier 90Very Rare DropVery Rare Reward Item
Tier 100Very Rare DropVery Rare Reward Item
Tier 110Very Rare DropVery Rare Reward Item

In total, there are 28 different ranked rewards available to players for free in free-to-play Rocket League Season 7. 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 7

Unlock Tier Rank

Item Name

Item Type

Tier 1MaestroLimited – Body
Tier 2Maestro: OutlineLimited – Decal
Tier 3Shield BreakerLimited – Rocket Boost
Tier 410% Party XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 5ZombaLimited – Player Banner
Tier 6OchroidLimited – Wheels
Tier 7UndergrowthLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 8Kinda Big DealLimited – Player Title
Tier 9Deco-DareLimited – Paint Finish
Tier 105% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 11Open UpLimited – Player Anthem
Tier 12100 Credits

Credits

Tier 13

Chauffeur

Limited – Wheels
Tier 14Shield BreakerLimited – Spur
Tier 15Fancy ShadesLimited – Topper
Tier 16Deco PalmLimited – Player Banner
Tier 17Maestro: AppolloLimited – Decal
Tier 18Golden GoalkeeperLimited – Player Title
Tier 19DragonflyLimited – Antenna
Tier 20DebutanteLimited – Wheels
Tier 21Deco PalmLimited – Paint Finish
Tier 22Octane: Summer SlideLimited – Decal
Tier 235% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 24100 CreditsCredits
Tier 25Better DaysLimited – Player Anthem
Tier 26HalcyonLimited – Wheels
Tier 27

Contestor

Limited – Avatar Border
Tier 28Maestro: Marble FloorLimited – Decal
Tier 29Old SchoolLimited – Antenna
Tier 30

A-Lister

Limited – Player Title
Tier 31

Diamante

Limited – Wheels
Tier 325% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 33BoujeeLimited – Decal
Tier 34Bling

Limited – Paint Finish

Tier 35Shield BreakerLimited – Goal Explosion
Tier 36100 CreditsCredits
Tier 37Born 2 BoostLimited – Decal
Tier 38Shushi RollerLimited – Wheels
Tier 395% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 40Maestro: BrumeLimited – Decal
Tier 41PremiereLimited – Player Banner
Tier 42Flow FormLimited – Wheels
Tier 43Maestro: OmbreLimited – Decal
Tier 44Fancy CaneLimited – Antenna
Tier 45Marred Shard

Limited – Animated Decal

Tier 46Carat CutterLimited – Wheels
Tier 47Octane:BlinkpadLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 48100 CreditsCredits
Tier 49DebonairLimited – Paint Finish
Tier 505% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 51A-ListerLimited – Wheels
Tier 52Maestro: HuntressLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 53

Phoenix Fire

Limited – Spur
Tier 54GalaLimited – Wheels
Tier 55Dominus: AgamidLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 56Frequen-CLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 57DecoLimited – Avatar Border
Tier 585% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 59Halcyon: RevolvedLimited – Wheels
Tier 60100 CreditsCredits
Tier 61Palm FrondLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 62JellyfishLimited – Topper
Tier 63Phoenix FireLimited – Rocket Boost
Tier 64Debutante: CrystalizedLimited – Wheels
Tier 65Red Carpet ReadyLimited – Player Title
Tier 665% XP BoostParty Experience Boost
Tier 67100 CreditsCredits
Tier 68AffluenterLimited – Animated Decal
Tier 69A-Lister: InvertedLimited – Wheels
Tier 70Phoenix FireLimited – Goal Explosion
Tier 80100 CreditsCredits
Tier 90100 CreditsCredits
Tier 100100 CreditsCredits
Tier 110100 CreditsCredits

Season 7 will end on September 7, 2022, after which we can expect a Season 8 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...


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 WinsCompetitive 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 WinsSupersonic 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 6 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 6 – Bronze Decal
  • Silver I or higher: Season 6 – Silver Decal + lower Decal
  • Gold I or higher: Season 6 – Gold Decal + lower Decals
  • Platinum I or higher: Season 6 – Platinum Decal + lower Decals
  • Diamond I or higher: Season 6 – Diamond Decal + lower Decals
  • Champion I or higher: Season 6 – Champion Decal + lower Decals
  • Grand Champion I: Season 6 – Grand Champion Decal + lower Decals
  • Supersonic Legend: Season 6 – Supersonic Legend Decal + lower Decals

Season 6 Grand Champion Title Rewards

  • Competitive Grand Champion: "S6 GRAND CHAMPION" in Crimson text
  • Rumble Grand Champion: "S6 RNG CHAMP" in Crimson text
  • Hoops Grand Champion: "S6 DUNK MASTER" in Crimson text
  • Snow Day Grand Champion: "S6 BLIZZARD WIZARD" in Crimson text
  • Dropshot Grand Champion: "S6 FLOOR DESTROYER" in Crimson text

Season 6 Supersonic Legend Title Rewards

  • Competitive Supersonic Legend: "S6 SUPERSONIC LEGEND" in Titanium White text
  • Rumble Supersonic Legend: "S6 RNGENIUS" in Titanium White text
  • Hoops Supersonic Legend: "S6 LEGENDARY BALLER" in Titanium White text
  • Snow Day Supersonic Legend: "S6 ICE TITAN" in Titanium White text
  • Dropshot Supersonic Legend: "S6 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!