What Are the Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards?

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How do the Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards work, and what are they? | © Psyonix

Rocket League Season 4 is here, and now features both 2v2 and 3v3 Season 4 Tournaments. Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards are, as the name suggests, a selection of items rewarded for high tournament placement, so here they are.

So, as always, Rocket League Season 4 brings a whole lot of new stuff to everybody's favorite car-football game! New items, cosmetics, decals, hats, player titles, tunes, and all sorts of nonsense is available in the Rocket Pass, and even more will be revealed throughout the season. Oh, and we almost forgot: Rocket League Season 4 introduced 2v2 Tournaments, and a bunch of changes! How do Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards work, and what are they, again?

Well, look. There's more to life than Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards. A lot more. You know, poverty, corruption, Rocket League Season 3 sucking more than tomato soup... Here are a few more things you should be paying attention to...

How Do Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards Work?

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards are earned via Tournament Tokens given out depending on your rank after a competition. In other words, when playing Rocket League Tournaments, your placement and performance is measured and a certain number of tokens are passed out to each player. Once a player has collected a few Tournament Tokens, otherwise known as credits, they can be spent to purchase Tournament Rewards.

Tokens are redeemed for Tournament Cups, which include different types of drops, as well as a number of randomized items. Different cups have a wide selection of possible items which can be earned, with more expensive cups giving out more valuable items at a higher rate. However, all Tournament Cups have a certain likelihood of yielding lower-quality and lower value items.

Thus, players still have the ability to head over to the Trade In screen after earning Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards. From Trade Ins, you can trade five more common items for one higher-value cosmetic item. This results in a rather delicious little loop-hole, wherein players always redeem the Prospects Cup - the cheapest option - and trade in those items for more higher-value and better items. Neat, right? Here are the different Tournament Cups...

What are the Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Cups?

  • Prospects Cup: 1200 Tournament Tokens
  • Challengers Cup: 4000 Tournament Tokens
  • All-Stars Cup: 12,000 Tournament Tokens
  • Locked Cup: 20,000 Tournament Tokens

What are the Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards?

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards: Uncommon

  • Bush Hat topper
  • Toothpaste topper
  • Masamune: Yokai decal
  • Poppet antenna
  • Dominus: Asymmetric decal

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards: Rare

  • Spring Web banner
  • Carbonated banner
  • H O L D O N player anthem

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards: Very Rare

  • Sea Mine wheels
  • Crosspiece wheels
  • Poppet wheels
  • Wonder Stream trail
  • Octane: Vector decal

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards: Import

  • Sea Mine: Schematized wheels
  • Crosspiece: Holographic wheels
  • Poppet: Inverted wheels

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards: Exotic

  • Ball-Star goal explosion
  • Wave Rave boost

Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards: Black Market

  • Unzipped decal
  • Abracadabra goal explosion

So, there you go! Too many rewards to shake a stick at! You better keep shakin', because there are so many bloody rewards that your stick is going to tire out your arm! People on Reddit are complaining extensively, calling the Rocket League Season 4 Tournament Rewards the worst ever. Bollocks, I tell you, bollocks. Did you people even play Rocket League Season 3? No? Alright then: go eat a pizza.

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