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Rocket League has never faltered in popularity. Now in its third season since being acquired by Epic Games, Rocket League is back with a new Rocket Pass, theme, and more. Players can hop in their favorite cars, deck them out, and load into a game with over a million active players daily. The Fortnite crossover event, Llama Rama, is active until April 9th. Hop on now to complete the challenges.

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Players love showing off their custom cars in Rocket League. The newest car, the Tyranno, has a handful of variants available in Season 3's Rocket Pass. This guide will explain how to unlock the Tyranno car in Rocket League Season 3, along with all its variants and accessories from the Rocket Pass. Start those engines, get grinding those weekly challenges, and unlock the full Tyranno collection before Season 3 ends August 11th.

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Rocket League Season 3: How to Unlock the Tyranno Car

Upon loading the game, players will be presented with a 'Welcome to Season 3' message. Players will catch a glimpse of the Tyranno car but won't have it made available to them just yet. To unlock the base Tyranno car, players must buy the Season 3 Rocket Pass for 1,000 credits. Hopefully, players saved their free credits from Season 2's Rocket Pass to buy this one. If not, they'll have to drop $ 9.99 for 1,100 credits (in-game currency.) Once purchased, players will have access to the base model Tyranno Car via their garage. It's unlocked at Rocket Pass Tier 1.

Rocket League: Tyranno Car Variants

Other than the base Tyranno, there are three variants that players can unlock via the Rocket Pass in Rocket League.

  • Tyranno GXT - Reach Rocket Pass Tier 70
  • Tyranno GXT Crimson - Reach Rocket Pass Tier 75
  • Tyranno GXT Cobalt - Reach Rocket Pass Tier 97

There are also multiple Tyranno accessories available at various stages of the Rocket Pass. They are:

  • Tier 6 - Tyranno: Threestyle - Limited Decal
  • Tier 14 - Tyranno: Paced Out - Limited Decal
  • Tier 17 - Tyranno: Sally - Limited Decal
  • Tier 25- Tyranno: Edge Burst - Limited Decal
  • Tier 34 - Tyranno: Speedrush - Limited Decal
  • Tier 45 - Tyranno: Apex Line - Limited Decal
  • Animal 47 - Tyranno: Ombre - Limited Decal
  • Animal 55 - Tyranno: Reviver - Animated Decal
  • Animal 57 - Apex Predator - Limited Player Title
  • Animal 61 - Tyranno: Crazed Firefly - Animated Decal
  • Animal 63 - Tyranno: Huntress - Limited Decal

Players can level up in Rocket Pass Tiers by earning XP in-game. Do so by focusing on Daily / Weekly challenges and playing casual and ranked games of Rocket League. Players can also choose to purchase Rocket Pass tiers for credits, but we're focused more on the 'free' way to level up.

Players can take advantage of the Llama Rama repeatable challenge for a few more days. To complete the challenge, players have to win 10 online matches. They'll be rewarded with 20,000 XP. They can complete this challenge as often as they like and track their progress via the challenge screen. This won't last long, so take advantage of it.

The Tyranno car is slick and intimidating. Of course, paired with the right toppers and flags, it could be considered high-fashion in Rocket League Season 3. Whether players are going for cool or silly, the Tyranno car makes for a solid base car to use.

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Rocket Leagueis available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PC, and Last Gen

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