Rocket League’s Christmas Event Brings Loot Crates And New Cosmetic Items

Rocket League’s big Christmas event, Frosty Fest, has started for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In case you’re wondering, the Frosty Fest Christmas event will last till January 2. Players can get Candy Corn and even loot crates through three different methods. Loot crates can be bought with Snowflakes, purchased with money and at times even drops after an online match.

– Start Time: Monday, December 11, 5pm PST (8pm EST, 2am CET on December 12)
– End Time: Tuesday, January 2, 10am PST (1pm EST, 7pm CET)

The event is similar to Haunted Hallows, with ‘Snowflakes’ currency replacing the Candy Corn you earned, each time you complete an Online Match. The Snowflakes can be used to redeem event items such as Decryptors and the brand new ‘Frosty Fest’ Event Crate.

The Rocket League Frosty Fest will also offer players new Christmas-themed cosmetic items to unlock.

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  1. MiniBeans December 30, 2017
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    I love the idea that you can get 5 free keys to unlock in the Christmas event!

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