Key trading will be enabled within the next few days.
Rocket League’s Key trading feature is finally coming to Xbox One thanks to the game’s new Zephyr update.
As detailed on the update’s patch notes, Xbox One players will soon be able to trade cosmetics for Keys, which are used to unlock Rocket League’s loot boxes or “Crates.” While the Zephyr update went live today, Key trading will only be enabled within the next few days.
Key trading has been available on other platforms and is one way to gain access to Crates. Up until now, Microsoft’s policies prevented Key trading from being featured on Xbox One, as Psyonix revealed previously. Players can also acquire Keys through in-game events or by purchasing them.
The Zephyr update, named after the recently-added Crate of the same name, also adds the Throwback Stadium option and a variety of bug fixes and improvements.