What is Roadhog in Rocket League?

This is a car model that is present in Rocket League. The car was released in July 2015 and is one of the four cars available to the player straight away upon starting the game.

This car is based loosely on Real-life monster trucks that you’ll commonly find frequenting destruction derbies and the like. The hulking frame, obnoxiously big exhaust pipes and mufflers. Plus an exposed rear engine in the design all culminates to give a really strong resemblance to the real-life inspiration. It’s a badass car.

Car Statistics

The roadhog model runs off an Octane body type hitbox and statistics. Therefore making it one of the most well rounded and tightly controlled performance vehicles on the roster. Here is the stats for Roadhog:

  • LENGTH: 118,01
  • WIDTH: 84,20
  • HEIGHT: 36,16
  • SURFACE AREA: 34.495
  • TURNING AVERAGE: 2,18
  • 0% BOOST SPEED: 2,323
  • 100% BOOST SPEED: 1,967

The octane body type offers a great starting point for all newbies to Rocket League. Whilst still giving a comprehensive and well-rounded set of attributes fit for the professional scene as well. Through these stats, the player will see a number of benefits to their play.

One will be down to the octane body’s insane tight dribbling abilities. It’s also quick off the ground to win aerial duels. Not to mention that it’s shot power and accuracy is great although not as fantastic as some more rugged body types. Overall, it’s for more quick and fast thinking players. Perfect for goalkeepers who need fast reactions or strikers looking to bounce on a loose ball or beat a defender.

Roadhog – Decals

The roadhog model has a number of really interesting decals that serve well in highlighting the hulking and badass nature of the monster truck aesthetic. Here’s a rundown of the common decals to start us off.

  • Flames
  • Lightning
  • Stars
  • Stripes
  • Tech
  • Wings
  • Skulls

It’s the usual roster of common decals for the Roadhog model. Though the design of the car often allows for a different effect of the decals. So we think the best of the bunch has to be skulls. When you have a monster truck, why be Conservative? Be an intimidating colossus on the field of play. Here’s the decal below.

Next, we have the rare quality decals. Here is a list of them here:

  • Carbonated
  • Sundae
  • Wildfire

A few choices here with very varied effects on the vehicle. Though our choice has to be the carbonated decal. The subtle lines give a sophisticated and refined feel. Plus they kind of look like the Juventus badge, which is cool if you like that sort of thing. Here’s a snapshot of the decal in question.

Then we have the very rare decals. Listed down below:

  • Snakeskin

Just the one decal here but what a decal it is. For the cool blooded, ice-cool finisher in front of goal. The reptilian Snakeskin decal is the ideal choice. The detail and shading is phenomenal, offering a design that lives up the very rare prestige. Here is the decal below:

Then lastly we have the premium decals. Here’s the list:

  • Cyborg

Inspired by the DC character of Teen Titans fame. Cyborg is a badass muscle-bound robot humanoid. So what is more fitting than placing his signature logo onto your badass monster truck? Here is the decal so you can see for yourself.

  • Roadhog All The Goals

This model is an all-rounder that packs a punch. The octane body type allows for aerial mastery, decent shot impact, and fantastically tight dribbling and ball control. It’s the car perfect for all beginners, intermediates and professionals alike.

Not to mention that the Roadhog is a hulking colossus of a vehicle. Striking fear into the opposition with it’s snarling exhausts and bulky frame. Then a series of decals that support the player in making this car their own. It all culminates to give a complete car fit for any player.

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