existing Epic Games account or to create a “shell” account Rocket League Trading Prices without an e-mail or password.
With the latest hotfix, however, players who want to trade with their peers will have to upgrade their shell accounts to a full-fledged Epic Games setup, complete with an e-mail and password, so that they can enable 2FA. Psyonix’s Devin Connors confirmed the upgrade is mandatory.Players must enable 2FA on their Epic Games account on the “password and security” section of their account page, according to the official support page. Upgrading from a shell to a full-fledged account is a nine-step process outlined on another web page.
In addition to the mandatory implementation of 2FA, the Rocket League Item Prices latest patch also fixed a series of bugs, including an issue that prevented splitscreen players from matchmaking, and removed animations added to the Playlist Menu in the last update.