The Rocket League Frosty Fest event will return for the 2019 edition of the annual festival
The Rocket League Frosty Fest event will return for the 2019 edition of the annual festival. During the event players can collect holiday-themed in-game items. Like similar recurring events, players will be able to play on themed arena's, collect Snowflakes currency to trade in for unlockable items, or acquire Golden Gifts to test your luck and receive blueprints from the Zephyr, Impact and Overdrive series.

The event will follow Psyonix’s consolidated pattern for events. Players will earn snowflakes after each match and can use them to redeem items from a specific list of rewards. Every player who logs in during the period will receive the Xmas Lights trail as a present. The rewards feature wheels, decals, titles, toppers, player banners, and avatar borders, all reflecting the holiday theme. Their costs range between 75 and 150 snowflakes. In addition, Cheap Rocket League Credits is on hot sale at our website

If you’re looking to maximize your Snowflake collection, casual games may be the best bet, sans an entire team quitting at once.  In ranked, the possibility of forfeits cuts into the number of Snowflakes earned.  However, in ranked you’re far more likely to challenge teams near your skill level, making overtime a bigger possibility.  A bit of a razor-sharp balancing act between the two, yet with the length of the challenge, perhaps its best left to theorists.

The golden crates that can be traded for Snowflakes contain items from the Overdrive, Zephyr, and Impact blueprint series, formerly known as their crates.  In the new absence of the crate system, it’s a bit difficult to decipher which items can be found from which crate series, so just cross your fingers and hope for the best when you exchange your Snowflakes for the golden crates.

This is the first event following the controversial Blueprints Update. Psyonix introduced blueprints on Dec. 4, but the high crafting costs drew the ire of the community. After vehement backlash, the company reduced blueprints’ crafting cost, but the change was still considered insufficient by parts of the community.