Rocket League has six different hitbox types – since Patch 1.35, not every car has its own hitbox. We take a closer look at the Dominus type.
Every hitbox has its pros and cons in Rocket League. To give the game a better balance, developers Have Psyonix reduced the number of hitboxes to six. Since the new Season 3 car, the Tyrannus, has the Dominus hitbox, we'll introduce you to it today.
A true all-rounder with advantages in defence
Dominus cars are perfect for defending. The length of the hitbox makes it possible to defuse dangerous shots. Especially in the last seconds of a game, this can be important. The Dominus hitbox has a length of 127.9268000, a width of 83.2799500 and a height of 31.3000000.
The handling of the cars is nothing unusual and comparable to that of the Octane hitbox. Dominus has a small advantage: Tight curves and change of direction can be executed faster when boosting. The handling values are 2,336 at standard and 2,035 for the Boost, which is quite average. In general, you never do anything wrong with Dominus cars, they are very good all-rounders. You can easily buy RL Battle-Cars from RocketPrices.Com.
The slope of the hitbox is -0.97°. If you combine this with the height and handling, you get a useful all-purpose car in Rocket League. Focus a little more on the defensive, because the length of the car is the best way to help the team there.
The following cars are equipped with the Dominus hitbox:
Dominus (Dominus GT)
70 Dodge Charger R/T
Chikara (Chikara G1, Chikara GXT)
DeLorean Time Machine
Guardian (Guardian G1, Guardian GXT)
Maverick (Maverick G1, Maverick GXT)
Ronin (Ronin G1, Ronin GXT)