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Rocket League has received a new update, bringing the game to version 1.85. Note that it officially displays as version 1.3.9.

Today’s update includes Season 1 Series Blueprints, tournament adjustments, and more. You can find the full patch notes below. 

Rocket League - Haunted Hallows

Psyonix has announced the return of Haunted Hallows in Rocket League. The event begins tomorrow, October 20, and features Event Challenges to complete with rewards that include Ghostbusters items, Haunted Heatseeker and Spike Rush as Limited Time Modes, and updates in the Item Shop.

Below are all of the relevant details:

Psyonix has put out another update for Rocket League. It’s labeled as version 1.84, but will show on your Switch system as version 1.3.8.

Below are the full patch notes:

Rocket League

Rocket League has received another update on Switch. Version 1.83, which shows on the system as version 1.3.7, includes many bug fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

Another update is now available for Rocket League. It’s officially known as version 1.82, but will display on your Switch system as version 1.3.6.

Today’s update mainly involves bug fixes, including one that prevented successful friend invites to Switch accounts on the ‘Recent Players’ list. We have the full patch notes below.

Rocket League - Llama Rama

Rocket League’s new Llama-Rama event kicks off this weekend, and a new trailer is in to celebrate. Check out the video below.

The Llama-Rama event will be held between September 26 and October 12.

Rocket League

Psyonix has shared the full patch notes for Rocket League’s big September 2020 update. It unlocks online play for those not subscribed to Switch Online, adds support for cross-platform progression, and much more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Psyonix has announced that Rocket League will be going free to play on September 23. Additionally, a new update arrives tomorrow for the big change and an upcoming event.

Here’s what’s on the way:

Psyonix previously announced a major update for Rocket League, which will transform the game into a free-to-play titles. More information was shared today.

Players can expect streamlined seasons, new competitive ranks, and a new experience when booting up the game. It’s also officially confirmed that Switch Online will no longer be required, though that was admittedly expected.

Here’s the full rundown from Psyonix:

Psyonix has announced major changes coming to Rocket League’s Tournament feature. When the game goes free-to-play, “players around the world will be able to join automatically scheduled Tournaments each day, climb their way through the bracket, and reap the rewards of victory”.

Here’s the full rundown from Psyonix:

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