Rocket League Ranks

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It takes a special kind of soldier to get through the ranks of a game with rockets and loads of competition

Climbing your way through the Rocket League ranks is a challenge that many people can’t face. For the most part, they don’t have the persistence to keep going or they don’t develop the skill to become better. Either way, it’s important for you to know where you stand in order to push yourself to the next level. We’ve created this article for you to determine where you stand visually. On top of that, we want to help you dive deeper into playing casually vs playing to climb the ranks. We’ll also let you know when the ranks reset along with the rank distribution.

In this article:

– Discussing the casual play

– Climbing the Rocket League ranks

– Information on rank resets

– Rocket League rank distribution

– List of the Rocket League ranks

Casual play won’t get you up the Rocket League ranks

Get the feel for the game or get your first losses of the day out of the way in Casual play. There’s nothing worse than taking two or three losses in a row and watching your rank drop only to realize they weren’t your best-performing games and you were playing them in the competitive leagues. Casual play is a great place to get a feel for your new car, get into the rhythm of a rotation, or practice that new aerial goal on something other than bots.

The major difference between Casual play and Competitive play, other than being able to establish yourself as a dominant Rocket League player worldwide, is the ability to play 4v4 in casual. In absolute “Chaos”, drive around with seven other players in an attempt to avoid bumps, navigate to boost, and score goals. Casual will occasionally feature a “special” playlist depending on a holiday or season, so if you want to enjoy more themes from the game, hop into one of those!

Casual play allows players to leave early from a game. However, instead of leaving you and your other teammate out to dry (if you’re playing 3’s), Rocket League will automatically add someone else back into your game. Again, this type of play is designed to get your fingers and mind loose for the real competition in the Competitive leagues.

Climbing the Rocket League ranks

Once you’ve established yourself as a confident, champion Rocket League player, now’s the time to walk the walk. Competitive playlists in Rocket League are the ones used to climb the ranks all the way to a Supersonic Legend. There are three different types of playlists that you can choose from in a competitive league.

1v1: Does school group work get on your nerves? Are team sports not really your cup of tea? Then look no further than the 1v1 playlist to get through your Rocket League ranks. Settle your beef with another player or hone in on your flying and defensive skills by forcing yourself into isolation with this playlist.

2v2: Sometimes life is better with just yourself and a sidekick. That’s very prevalent if you stick with playing 2v2 in the Competitive Rocket League. This playlist gives you more freedom to move around the fields and starts to establish a rotation between team members.

3v3: This playlist is where the real magic of Rocket League takes place. If you’re looking to establish yourself as a team member and make excellently timed decisions, 3v3 is the playlist for you. Make sure you’re ready to release full control of the game. Unlike 1v1, you’ll have two other team members hitting the ball and making attempt at setting you up for the strike on goal.

When do the Rocket League ranks reset?

Luckily for users, there is no specific date on which the ranks reset. However, the typical range is between three and four months. Don’t be alarmed when you’re sitting at a platinum level and the next day you wake up to find an “unranked” logo next to your name. Start your new ranks off on the same foot you ended the last one, and there will be no issue with maintaining that elite status.

The reason for resets is to make the game fair and help recalibrate skill levels throughout.

Rocket League rank distribution

The Rocket League Rank distribution is a feature online or within the app that allows a player to see the percentage of tracked players by tier. There are over 4 million players being tracked, which allows you to determine specifically how you rank among people in your tier. Learn more about the Rocket League Tracker here.

A list of the Rocket League ranks

Below is the list of Rocket League ranks, from lowest to highest. Check where you are and how far you need to go to reach the Champion level:

Unranked Rocket League

Unranked

Bronze 1 in Rocket League

Bronze I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Bronze 2 in Rocket League

Bronze II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Bronze 3 in Rocket League

Bronze III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Silver 1 in Rocket League

Silver I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Silver 2 in Rocket League

Silver II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Silver 3 in Rocket League

Silver III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Gold 1 in Rocket League

Gold I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Gold 2 in Rocket League

Gold II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Gold 3 in Rocket League

Gold III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Platinum 1 in Rocket League

Platinum I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Platinum 2 in Rocket League

Platinum II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Platinum 3 in Rocket League

Platinum III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Diamond 1 in Rocket League

Diamond I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Diamond 2 in Rocket League

Diamond II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Diamond 3 in Rocket League

Diamond III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Champion 1 in Rocket League

Champion I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Champion 2 in Rocket League

Champion II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Champion 3 in Rocket League

Champion III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Grand Champion 1 in Rocket League

Grand Champion I

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Grand Champion 2 in Rocket League

Grand Champion II

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Grand Champion 3 in Rocket League

Grand Champion III

Division I – Division II – Division III – Division IV

Supersonic Legend in Rocket League

Supersonic Legend

*King status*


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