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How to Get the Warthog in Rocket League for Xbox One

/ Feb 19th, 2016 No Comments

Unlock Warthog in Rocket League

Rocket League is an independent multiplayer title that has quickly become popular. One of the coolest aspects of the soccer-with-cars title is how it pays homage to the gaming industry. Players can outfit their vehicles with gaming-related flags and items as they unlock them through gameplay.

Related: How to Unlock Gears of War’s Armadillo in Rocket League for Xbox One

On Xbox One, players have access to exclusive vehicles that nod to Microsoft’s famous franchises. One of those cars is the Warthog from Halo. But the Warthog body style won’t be available to use right away, and it isn’t easy to unlock it.

How to Get the Warthog in Rocket League

In Rocket League, the Halo vehicle is actually called the Hogsticker. Unlocking the Hogsticker is not necessarily difficult, but it will only come to players who dedicate time and effort into the game.

To unlock the Hogsticker, players must win a game with every available vehicle. This means you must unlock all of the game’s other cars before you can gain access to the Warthog. This is self explanatory: all you have to do is win a game while outfitted with each of Rocket League’s body styles. Simply enjoy the game as you normally would, but make sure to visit the garage and switch up vehicles as you progress.

Unlock Hogsticker in Rocket League

Win with every car to unlock the Hogsticker in Rocket League.

If you’re anxious to unlock Halo’s signature vehicle, there is a way to unlock it quickly. Rather than playing online matches, you can play exhibition games against AI bots. Set up matches where you win by scoring one goal and face off against bots set to Rookie. This should help you win matches and earn the Hogsticker efficiently.

In addition to the Warthog, other Halo-themed items in Rocket League include Guilty Spark, Insurrection Rebels, New Mombasa Cavaliers and Swords of Sanghelios antennas, along with Puma wheels.


Ryan Bloom

Ryan Bloom

Chief Editor at Gaming Illustrated
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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