Imperator DT5 Rocket League
The Rocket League Imperator DT5 is an import car that was released within the Velocity crate on December 4th, 2017.
On this Imperator DT5 information page you can find out about the price of all its paints, the Imperator DT5 hitbox dimensions, the benefits of using the vehicle, view some cool car designs using this car, and how to get the Imperator DT5.
Price of the Imperator DT5 in Rocket League
The Imperator DT5 Rocket League car is available on all 4 platforms. The prices for the default version on these platforms are displayed below.
Prices are in credits and are manually changed as often as possible.
Painted Variations of the Imperator DT5
Prices are displayed in credits and are updated manually as often as possible.
The Black Imperator DT5 is the only paint that does not have a blueprint. The other paints can be crafted via blueprints but this is a more expensive method. Use the link above! The titanium white Imperator DT5 costs 800 credits for players to craft its blueprint. Burnt Sienna costs players 500 credits, whilst all other paints cost 700 credits to craft their blueprints. These are the same costs across all platforms.
Many paints such as Crimson Saffron, and more have maintained the same price for multiple years. Some paints such as black have increased in price and experienced more price fluctuations.
Rocket League Imperator DT5 Designs
Some cool car designs of the Imperator DT5 for you to copy or take inspiration from are coming soon to this page.
Rocket League Imperator DT5 Hitbox
The Imperator DT5 Rocket League car has an identical hitbox to the Dominus, which explains why it appealed to many players immediately on release.
The RL Imperator DT5 car dimensions are as follows: (rounded to 2 decimal points)
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Imperator DT5 vs Octane
The Imperator DT5 has a longer reach than the Octane. This means players using the Imperator are likely to get to the ball faster than an Octane player. This longer reach can also provide an advantage to the defenders as they are able to save more shots due being able to reach to more saves. Another benefit of the Imperator is that players should find dribbling the ball on top of the vehicle easier than dribbling with the Octane.
On the contrary, the Octane has a more natural rectangle shape which allows for a much more consistent hit on the ball. It also has a taller height which may mean Octane users win more challenges. This is beneficial on kick-offs as well as in-play tackles.