Shared inventory is an important part of the Rocket League's cross-platform progression. Each platform you link to your Epic Games account shares your inventory with the other connected platforms, with a few important exceptions. For example, if you completed Rocket Pass 2 on your PC, but also play on other platforms, you can now use these Rocket Pass 2 items anywhere. Here's everything that will and won't be shared on your connected platforms: Shared across platforms All free items earned (common items, event items) Season titles and rewards Rocket Pass Items In-Store Item Purchases Projects and items built from projects All Rocket League branded DLCs included in the Legacy Pack Not shared Platform-exclusive items: eg Sweet Tooth, Hogsticker, Armadillo, Mario and Luigi NSR and Samus ‘Gunship Ultimate Edition Disc DLC: Batman / DC Superheroes Pack Premium DLC Packs: Licensed content that was previously available in the Showroom (eg Back To The Future, Jurassic World, DC Superheroes, Fast and the Furious, Ghostbusters, Knight Rider, etc.) Rocket League Credits and sports token balances You will still have access to use DLC Packs purchased on the platform on which they were purchased. We're working to make DLC Premium accessible on all platforms, but it won't be available when it's free to play. EXCHANGE BETWEEN PLAYERS The arrival of cross-platform progression means changes in trading between players. To reduce the risk of fraud, purchase Rocket League items can only be traded on your shopping platform. For example, if you build a Blueprint with Credits on PlayStation, you will not be able to trade that item on a Linked Xbox or any other Linked platform. It is only negotiable on PlayStation. Your other tradable items can be traded regardless of which platform you purchased them from, but you can only start trades with players logged on to the same platform as you. As an additional anti-fraud measure, we also require that both players involved in any trades have purchased at least 500 credits (players who played Rocket League prior to the free game release are exempt from this requirement). We're excited to bring cross-platform progression to Rocket League, and this is just one of the new features that will come to the game when the update goes live later this summer. We still have a lot of information to share as we get closer to launch. So stay tuned for more information at RocketLeague.com and follow us on Twitter for the latest news and announcements.