Submit a news tip



Psyonix

A new update for Rocket League is now available. Version 1.66 is live, which will show on your Switch system as version 1.2.2.

Today’s update paves the way for Rocket Pass 4, competitive Season 12, and more. Find the full patch notes below.

All paid, randomized Crates are leaving Rocket League later this year, Psyonix and Epic Games have announced. In its place will be “a system that shows the exact items you’re buying in advance.”

Rocket Pass Premium, DLC Cars, and Esports Shop items will remain in the game.

Psyonix and Epic will have more information regarding today’s announcement “in the coming months.”

Source

In a new blog post today, Psyonix outlined what’s in store for Rocket League. Rocket Pass 3 has been extended, a pair of new stats are being added, the tournament system is getting a revamp, and more.

Here’s the full rundown:

The new Knight Rider Car Pack for Rocket League is available now and has received a trailer. For a look at the video, continue on below.

Via

Rocket League’s latest update is now available. Version 1.65, which will show as version 1.2.1 on your Switch system, includes a bit of new content and fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

The new Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Car Pack for Rocket League has received a trailer. For a look at the video, continue on below.

The Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Car Pack includes the Ecto-1 Battle-Car, Ecto-1 Wheels, Slimer Topper, Proton Pack Boost, Ghostbusters Avatar Border and Player Banner, and the Stay Puft Goal Explosion.

Rocket League players on Switch can now access the game’s latest update. Psyonix has issued version 1.63, which will show on your system as version 1.2.0.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Psyonix has provided fresh information about what it has planned for Rocket League this summer. Players can expect limited-time events, functionality that will allow them to easily party-up with teammates from the post-game screen, more inventory management tools, and quality-of-life improvements.

Here’s the full rundown from Psyonix:

What’s up, hedgehogs and werehogs! That’s right, it’s time to talk about Sonic… but first we kick things off with info on our giveaway for Hob: The Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch!

In this episode of NEP, we dish out our opinions on the first trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, and the director’s response that it’s going to be fixed in such a short amount of time. This leads us to talk about industry crunch, along with CG artists’ and 3D animators’ responses to this situation. We then talk all the weekly news, including Forza Street, Bloodstained and more. We finish things off with talking about Epic Games purchasing Psyonix, creators of Rocket League, and general discussions of the Epic Store and what the controversy is there. Oni learned something, so we hope you do, too! Galen then has an existential crisis for good measure as we go over our listener mail!

As ever, we would appreciate your help in growing the show by sharing the podcast with a friend and rating us on your listening platform of choice, such as iTunes!
Thanks for listening!

Psyonix has announced that is is joining the Epic Games family. In other words, the developer has been purchased.

The good news is that Rocket League will be unaffected by the acquisition. Psyonix says it will continue with “frequent updates that have new features, new content, and new ways to play the game for as long as you’ll have us.” Gameplay will remain the same.

Here’s the full announcement: