Psyonix has revealed that Player-to-Player Trading will be removed from Rocket League on December 5 at 4 p.m. PST. The devs are making this change to align with Epic’s overall approach to game cosmetics and item shop policies, where items aren’t tradable, transferrable, or sellable. This opens up future plans for some Rocket League vehicles to come to other Epic games over time, supporting cross-game ownership.
Psyonix has also stated that the Trade-In system for Core Items, Tournament Items, and Blueprints will allow players to continue trading in eligible duplicate or unwanted items to receive a random new item of higher rarity. As far as lending an item, these actions are not supported by Psyonix and all trades are considered final. Furthermore, their support team cannot help reverse trades.
After December 5, there will be no way to trade items with any player or between accounts. Websites or servers advertising such services are fraudulent and have no connection to Psyonix or Epic Games. Finally, you will not lose any previously traded items when Player-to-Player Trading is removed on December 5th, 2023.