Psyonix's Rocket League has just received its Blueprint update to replace Crates, but it turns out that fans have expressed displeasure over the seemingly high prices, which is why the developer has updated fans on the situation.
"Since the Blueprint Update release last week, we have pored over all of your comments on Discord, Reddit, Twitter, and beyond," Psyonix writes. "We have heard your feedback that Item Shop and Blueprint pricing did not meet community expectations. After carefully reviewing all the data available to us, we're making the following changes, starting today."
The base price ranges of item rarities (before attributes like paint) have been reduced to the following values, for example:
On top of these price reductions, paint and special editions also cost less across the board as well, as you can see below:
This isn't set in stone, as some custom pricing may differ from the above, but those who bought things between December 4 and December 11 will get credits equal in difference to the price, being directed back to your account.
"We always take feedback from our passionate community seriously, and we hope that this change in pricing reflects that. As always, thank you for being part of what makes Rocket League what it is today," Psyonix adds.
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