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How to Get the Armadillo in Rocket League for Xbox One

/ Feb 19th, 2016 No Comments

Unlock Armadillo in Rocket League

Rocket League, the popular cars-meets-soccer title, has finally made its way to Xbox One. To make up for the wait, Xbox One owners have access to exclusive vehicles based on popular Xbox franchises.

Related: How to Unlock Halo’s Warthog in Rocket League for Xbox One

From the Gears of War series, players can use the Armadillo body style to outfit their vehicles. But how can users get access to the Armadillo in Rocket League? Well, the body style must first be unlocked, and it isn’t too difficult.

How to Get the Armadillo in Rocket League

The Armored Personnel Carrier from Gears of War can be found in your garage in Rocket League after it is unlocked. Fortunately, unlocking the Armadillo is very easy. All you have to do is complete a season in Rocket League.
 

Unlock Armadillo in Rocket League

Play a season to unlock the Armadillo in Rocket League.

In order to play a season, you must go to the main menu and go to the tab for “Seasons.” Play through a complete season and you will unlock the Armadillo for use in any game mode.

Seasons can be played solo. Although solo play may not be as appealing as online multiplayer, seeing new team names and varieties makes experiencing a season fun.

Xbox One owners can also outfit their Rocket League vehicles with more Gears of War-themed gear, including Armadillo or COG wheels, Locust, COG symbol or COG tag antennas, and an Imulsion rocket trail.

 

Ryan Bloom

Ryan Bloom

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Ryan Bloom is a writer and avid gamer from Orange County. He received a B.A. in Communications with a minor in American Studies from California State University, Fullerton in 2010. Follow him on Twitter @BloomsTweets.
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