Psyonix continues its very active support of its hit game Rocket League with a brand new patch. This patch addresses some bug fixes that just so happened to be a part of the ‘Friends Update’ which was rolled out a few weeks ago. That update bridged together the entire Rocket League spanning all platforms, but it seems it created a few potholes along the way. So, now this new patch seeks to address those issues. It’s always ironic when an update creates new issues, but it’s just a modern-day flaw that most of us have to come to expect at this point.

Here are the patch notes:

BUG FIXES

General

  • Adjusted audio balance, fader system, and HDR audio priority

  • Adjusted ‘Rocket Forge II’ Special Edition Wheels so they won’t clip through some Car Bodies anymore

  • Fixed a bug that affected the accent color on the ‘Biomass’ Decal

  • Adjusted diagonal kickoff locations on Champions Field to their original locations

  • Hoops: Removed extra rim on Blue team hoop while spectating

  • Steam Workshop maps affected by the Friends Update should no longer load to a black screen

  • Adjusted ‘Asik’ Special Edition’s level of detail when viewing in the lobby

  • Fixed a bug preventing some players from seeing the ‘View Player Profile’ option when selecting a player in the ‘Recent Players’ tab

  • Fixed an issue causing deleted friends to reappear after adding a platform friend through RocketID

  • On ‘Wasteland (Night)’, fixed a bug causing cars to respawn in the middle of the arena after a demolition

KNOWN ISSUES

  • We continue to work on enabling same-platform Party invitations for players not on your Friends List

  • Dunk House: In Free Play, the Ball does not lift right after the user moves out of the kick-off position like it does in offline or online matches.

  • Friends List notifications will not appear while viewing Replays

  • An incorrect error message may appear if you try to change your Rocket ID if PsyNet is down

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A.K Rahming
Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has a great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.

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