How to Get All Rocket League Cars in Fortnite?

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Rocket League cars are coming to Fortnite alongside many more interesting updates that have arrived to this hit Battle Royale with its Chapter 5 upgrade. However, the fact that you can use some cars from Rocket League in your battles doesn’t mean that you will have all of them unlocked from day one.

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How to Unlock All Rocket League Cars in Fortnite?

Basically, to get the new Rocket League model cars in Fortnite, you will need to unlock them in Rocket League, and then they will automatically be loaded in your Fortnite account. Luckily, Rocket League is free to play, so you can install it right now to get some skins.

Here is the full list of Rocket League Cars‚/Car bodies and how to unlock them:

  • Octane – unlocked at the beginning of the Rocket League.
  • Lamborghini Huracan – the DLC pack that included Lamborghini Huracan is no longer available, so you can get it either through trading with other players or through occasional giveaway events.
  • Scorpion – unlockable through Fortnite’s Battle Pass.
  • Cyclone – unlockable through Zephyr Crate in Rocket League.
  • Jäger 619 RS – unlocked through Accelerator Crate in Rocket League.

Remember, every time you jump into a sports car in the classic Battle Royale mode, it will transform into your equipped and customized car and stay like that till the end of the match.

There are some indications that in the future, these cars might be unlockable independently in Fortnite, without players needing to have them in Rocket League, because not everyone is a fan of both games. However, that information is just a hunch, and we can’t confirm it’s 100% correct.

Rocket Racing Unlockables in Fortnite

Fortnite Chapter 5 is bringing one more mode where you will be able to show off your customized 4-wheel masterpiece, and that’s the Rocket Racing mode. While playing, you most likely won’t be getting any cars/car bodies, but you will be able to unlock decals and wheels as rewards for playing this new mode.

According to the Fortnite Content Creator and Leaker @iFireMonkey, here is the full list of ranked rewards for Rocket Racing Season 0:

  • Bronze 1 Rank: 15,000 XP
  • Bronze 2 Rank: 20,000 XP + Orange Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Bronze 3 Rank: 25,000 XP
  • Silver 1 Rank: 30,000 XP + Cobalt Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Silver 2 Rank: 35,000 XP
  • Silver 3 Rank: 40,000 XP + Lime Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Gold 1 Rank: 45,000 XP
  • Gold 2 Rank: 50,000 XP + Grey Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Gold 3 Rank: 55,000 XP + Saffron Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Platinum 1 Rank: 60,000 XP + Sky Blue Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Platinum 2 Rank: 65,000 XP
  • Platinum 3 Rank: 70,000 XP + Forest Green Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Diamond 1 Rank: 75,000 XP + Pink Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Diamond 2 Rank: 80,000 XP + Burnt Sienna Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Diamond 3 Rank: 85,000 XP + Black Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Elite Rank: 90,000 XP + Titanium White Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Champion Rank: 95,000 XP + Crimson Paint for OEM Wheels
  • Unreal Rank: 100,000 XP + Purple Paint for OEM Wheels

Bonus rewards that will be received for just playing the game and acquiring a certain amount of distance driven or winning X number of matches:

  • Octane Wings Decal
  • Octane Lightning Decal
  • Octane Stars Decal
  • Octane Tech Decal
  • Octane Skulls Decal

We hope you found our article helpful. For more Fortnite content, see The Rarest Fortnite Back Blings and How to Use Unreal Editor for Fortnite Creative 2.0.

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Đorđe Ivanović

Đorđe Ivanović (Djordje Ivanovic) is Managing Editor of Gamer Journalist and has been with the site since 2022. He has a BA in Journalism and five years of professional writing experience behind him, with a recent personal focus on gaming and technology niches. His GJ coverage includes Path of Exile, Ragnarok Origin, and Blizzard hit games like Diablo, WoW, and Overwatch alongside other live service games.
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