Mainframe Rocket League

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The Rocket League Mainframe is a black market decal that was first released in the Zephyr crate in July 2018. It quickly became a highly demanded decal and was later added to 6 more crates: Player’s choice crate 1, Elevation crate, RL Beach Blast crate, Spring Fever crate, Secret Santa crate, and the Haunted Hallows crate.

On this Mainframe information page, you can find out prices, painted variations, car designs including this decal, and how to get this item.

Mainframe Rocket League Price

The Rocket League Mainframe decal is accessible on all platforms which are PC, Xbox, Play Station Network, and Switch. Prices of this decal on these platforms are displayed below. Prices for paints are further down. 

The default Mainframe decal is currently at an all-time low (as of writing). Therefore, this might be the best opportunity to get this decal. This default version used to be worth around 5,000 credits upon release on PC, over 4,000 on Play Station, and over 3,000 on Xbox. Rocket League came to Switch after this decal was released so pricing is unavailable back in 2018 for that platform.

This page is updated regularly but prices may be out of date due to prices being manually adjusted.

Prices are valued in credits.

All Painted Variations of the Mainframe

The Mainframe Rocket League decal can be obtained in all color paints except grey. 

The tw Mainframe is valued massively above its blueprint crafting cost. This means that if you get hold of a titanium white mainframe blueprint, you will save a lot of credits. But the blueprint for this item is also rare so it may not be easy.

Between October 2020 and April 2021, these painted variants peaked enormously high. For example, the tw Mainframe peaked at 20,000 credits for PC traders. 

For other Mainframe paints, it should be cheaper to buy the item direct or trade credits in exchange for the item with other players. This is because their valuation is below their blueprint crafting cost.  Titanium white Mainframe costs 2,500 credits to craft. Burnt Sienna Mainframe costs 2,000 credits, whilst all other paints cost 2,200 credits to craft the blueprint.

All prices are in credits. Please note that prices might be slightly out of date due to prices being updated manually.

Only PC prices for the painted variants are displayed below for now. Other platforms may be added in the future.

Rocket League Mainframe Designs

A Mainframe Rocket League designs article and video is coming soon.

Why the Mainframe is so important in your Car Design

Your selected Rocket League decal accounts for almost all of your car’s visual image and is therefore, the most important aspect of your car design.

When designing Rocket League cars, I always select the decal and its color before I choose the wheels. By following this method, it becomes easier and quicker to create your ideal car design.

How to get the Mainframe in Rocket League

All Mainframe paints except titanium white are cheaper to trade or buy direct from item selling sites due to their price valuation being cheaper than their blueprint crafting cost.

Firstly, let’s start with the tw mainframe decal. This decal is worth significantly more expensive than its blueprint price. This means if you have the Mainframe titanium white blueprint, then it will be cheaper this way. Blueprints can be obtained through playing matches and receiving end-of-game rewards. This method can take very long to receive the exact blueprint you desire. You may have to result in finding a website or player who is selling this blueprint in exchange for cash or credits. Note that the tw blueprint is extremely rare so it may be difficult to get one.

Then, we have the remaining Mainframe Rocket League paints. These are generally cheaper by purchasing from RL item websites or trading with other players in exchange for credits or cash. Unlocking a blueprint for any of the other paints would be costing you more credits than necessary.  

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