Last Tuesday, Aug. 3, Psyonix introduced the final item series of Season Three with the Auriga item series headlined by the game's newest car, the Dingo.
Players can acquire the Dingo either by purchasing it from the item shop or by building it from a Blueprint. Those who don't mind playing for the car will have to wait. The Dingo is not yet available in the Item Shop and Psyonix has not announced when it will arrive.
For those unfamiliar with Rocket League's Blueprint system and not wishing to wait or pay for the car, here's how the system works.
How to Get the Dingo in Rocket League
After each online match, players have a random chance of receiving a Blueprint drop. Once obtained, the Blueprints go into a player's inventory where they can craft it whenever they choose. In order to craft a Blueprint, players must spend credits to build the item.
Items may also have multiple Blueprints with different variations depending on the item. Examples of the variations Blueprints could have include Painted, Certified, and Special Edition Blueprints, with crafting costs varying.
In addition to the regular, unpainted Dingo, painted and titanium white versions also exists. The unpainted Dingo costs 500 credits to craft, the painted Dingo costs 700 credits, and the titanium white Dingo costs 800 credits.
As Season Three winds to a close, Rocket League is gearing up to release Season Four this Wednesday, Aug. 11.