Rocket League players can attempt to get the Dingo blueprint before Season 4 starts.
The fourth season is right around the corner and there’s plenty to be excited about. There will be more tournaments including 2v2 action, and these will function just like 3v3 bouts. As part of this new update, there will also a be a new tournaments U.I that will show a log of your competitive history and more.
Season 4 will start in just a couple of days, but – right now – players are struggling to get the most coveted Auriga blueprint.
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How to get the Dingo in Rocket League
You can get the Dingo in Rocket League by receiving a blueprint after an online match.
If you’re lucky enough to receive the blueprint as a match drop reward, you will need to use the required credits to build the vehicle. Reddit says that it costs 500 to build unpainted, but that other colours cost 700 while Titanium White is priced at 800.
The vehicle and other Auriga items will join the shop, but no release date has been given.
Auriga item series
Aside from the Dingo, the Auriga series also features Glitch and Astro-CSX wheels. Both of these come with special variants, too.
Encryption Decal and the Inamorata Goal Explosion are also two new Black Market items. Away from the series, the developers have also added seven items from Athena’s garage for a limited time:
- Octane (Orange Painted)
- Shisa Decal (Certified Scorer)
- Standard Boost (Orange Painted)
- Yamane Wheels (Black Painted)
- Luminous Trail (Titanium White Painted)
- Dueling Dragons Goal Explosion (Titanium White Painted)
When does Rocket League Season 3 end?
Rocket League Season 3 will end on August 11th and will shortly be followed by Season 4.
Not much has been revealed about the forthcoming season aside from the addition of 2v2 and Extra Mode tournaments. However, while there’s no details about the Rocket Pass as of writing, the game’s Twitter account has been posting teasers.
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