The annual winter event in Rocket League Frosty Fest is back for the 2019 holiday season

‘Tis the season to be frosty! Rocket League’s annual winter event, Frosty Fest, is returning for the most wonderful time of the year, and it’s bringing plenty of holiday-themed, in-game goodies for everyone. Enjoy the snowy variants of Rocket League Arenas throughout Frosty Fest. After earning Snowflakes by playing Online Matches, get out of the cold and into the Event Store. You’ll find plenty of new in-game items for your car to make it extra festive for the season. Plus, Golden Gifts are back, and will contain items from the Zephyr, Impact, and Overdrive Blueprint Series. As always, Golden Gifts are free to open!

While the event does add a nice look to Rocket League, what everyone is interested in are cosmetics. Frosty Fest always delivers some great, one-of-a-kind cosmetic items that players can earn by simply playing Rocket League. The system that Rocket League uses for its in-game season events is pretty simple. Through playtime, players will unlock a seasonal currency — for Frosty Fest it’s Snowflakes — and that currency can be used to buy the event cosmetics. If you want to buy Rocket League decals, we 5mmo.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.

You will have three weeks to earn as many Snowflakes to spend in Frosty Fest 2019. The Rocket League Frosty Fest 2019 end date is January 6, 2020. Unfortunately, no precise end time has been given by Psyonix as of writing. All we know is that it will all come to an end at some point during January 6.

In the old crates system, a golden gift bypassed the cost to get an item by allowing players to open a loot box without paying. The same rationale is likely to apply to blueprints, based on Psyonix’s wording. Players should get a lucky roll of the dice to obtain an item while negating its crafting cost.

This is the first event following the controversial Blueprints Update. Psyonix introduced blueprints on Dec. 4, but the high crafting costs drew the ire of the community. After vehement backlash, the company reduced blueprints’ crafting cost, but the change was still considered insufficient by parts of the community.