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Octane is a Battle-Car released on July 7, 2015, which originally appeared in Rocket League precursor Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. It is one of the four bodies already unlocked at the beginning of the game.

This car is one of the most popular by pro players and is the most used by champion players during the Rocket League Championship Series.[1]

As of August 3, 2017, painted variants of Octane were made available via the trade in system. These variants are categorized as import.[2]

Decals

Octane can be equipped with the following decals:

Common

Rare

Very Rare

Limited

Note: Vehicles can also be equipped with any of the Black Market decals.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Octane is the only car from the prequel to have painted variants, a import variant and additional decals.
  • A model of Octane has been been submitted to the LEGO Ideas platform for consideration as an official set.[3] As of May 31, 2017, it has 2,251 of the required 10,000 supporters.

References

  1. https://www.reddit.com/r/RocketLeague/comments/4jwdg2/most_used_cars_in_rlcs_group_stage_week_2/
  2. Rocketleague-logo Official News | Trade-In System Expansion Now Live
  3. LEGO Ideas | Rocket League LEGO Octane Car
Battle-Cars
Common Backfire · Breakout · Gizmo · Hotshot · Merc · Octane · Paladin · Road Hog · Venom · X-Devil
Exclusives Armadillo · Hogsticker · Sweet Tooth
Import Animus GP · Breakout Type-S · Centio V17 · Dominus GT · Endo · Mantis · Octane ZSR · Road Hog XL · Takumi RX-T · X-Devil Mk2
Premium Aftershock · Batmobile · Bone Shaker · DeLorean Time Machine · Dominus · Esper · Grog · Ice Charger · Marauder · Masamune · Proteus · Ripper · Scarab · Takumi · Triton · Twin Mill III · Vulcan · Zippy

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