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The latest update for Rocket League includes support for key trading on Xbox One.

Following the update, players on Microsoft’s console will be able to attempt trades involving keys, but they will fail currently, as the feature has not been activated yet. According to the developer, key trading will be enabled on Xbox One “within the next several days.”

Players on other platforms have been able to trade keys since the system was introduced, but a policy restriction prevented the feature from being enabled on Xbox One.

Elsewhere, the update introduces the Zephyr Crate, which contains a new Battle Car, and adds the “Throwback Stadium” to Exhibition Matches, Local Matches, Private Matches, and Tournaments. Read the full patch notes below:

New Content

Crates and Keys

  • ‘Zephyr’ Crate has been added

Changes and Updates

Key Trading [Xbox One]

  • Players will be able to attempt trades involving Keys on Xbox One
  • These trades will fail as we have yet to enable this feature in PsyNet
    • PsyNet is Rocket League’s backend and database system
  • We will enable Key trading on Xbox One within the next several days

Throwback Stadium

  • ‘Throwback Stadium’ is now an option in Exhibition Matches, Local Matches, Private Matches and Tournaments

Performance Graphs (Steam)

  • Players on Steam can now enable six different Performance Graphs
    • Performance Summary
    • Performance Graph (short)
    • Performance Graph (long)
    • Network Summary
    • Network Graph (short)
    • Network Graph (long)
  • Performance: Displays FPS, Frame and GPU data
  • Network: Displays Packet, Latency and other relevant connection data
  • You can enable/disable graph display in the Options>Interface menu, or by pressing F10 on your keyboard

Venom Battle-Car

  • Moved Venom’s center of mass slightly back from current position to better match front of hitbox

Bug Fixes

General

  • [Xbox, PS4] Fixed an issue causing client crash or freeze when joining a Ranked Doubles or Standard match from an end-match screen
  • Decals no longer cover Painted portions of Twinzer Car Bodies
  • Hammerhead Decal no longer covers Painted portions of Mantis Car Bodies
  • Fixed lens flare so it no longer shines through ball or trees on DFH Stadium and Beckwith Park (Midnight)
  • [PS4] Improved texture filtering on several maps
  • Painted Zeta Wheels now properly display in thumbnails
  • [Switch] Black secondary paint on Breakout Type-S no longer displays as Brown
  • Turtle Tribe Decal is now properly aligned on Octane’s roof
  • ’99 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 Engine Audio is no longer overwritten by default Engine Audio when equipped
  • Players will no longer receive a matchmaking ban if they quit during a Goal Replay after successfully forfeiting
  • Adjusted position of front Wheels on Merc and ’70 Dodge Charger R/T to prevent Wheels clipping through the body
    • This adjustment is visual-only, will not affect Merc control or performance

Source: Psyonix

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Rocket League adds support for key trading on Xbox One

Rocket League players will soon be able to trade keys on Xbox One.

By Matthew Bennett | 07/31/2018 05:30 AM PT

News

The latest update for Rocket League includes support for key trading on Xbox One.

Following the update, players on Microsoft’s console will be able to attempt trades involving keys, but they will fail currently, as the feature has not been activated yet. According to the developer, key trading will be enabled on Xbox One “within the next several days.”

Players on other platforms have been able to trade keys since the system was introduced, but a policy restriction prevented the feature from being enabled on Xbox One.

Elsewhere, the update introduces the Zephyr Crate, which contains a new Battle Car, and adds the “Throwback Stadium” to Exhibition Matches, Local Matches, Private Matches, and Tournaments. Read the full patch notes below:

New Content

Crates and Keys

  • ‘Zephyr’ Crate has been added

Changes and Updates

Key Trading [Xbox One]

  • Players will be able to attempt trades involving Keys on Xbox One
  • These trades will fail as we have yet to enable this feature in PsyNet
    • PsyNet is Rocket League’s backend and database system
  • We will enable Key trading on Xbox One within the next several days

Throwback Stadium

  • ‘Throwback Stadium’ is now an option in Exhibition Matches, Local Matches, Private Matches and Tournaments

Performance Graphs (Steam)

  • Players on Steam can now enable six different Performance Graphs
    • Performance Summary
    • Performance Graph (short)
    • Performance Graph (long)
    • Network Summary
    • Network Graph (short)
    • Network Graph (long)
  • Performance: Displays FPS, Frame and GPU data
  • Network: Displays Packet, Latency and other relevant connection data
  • You can enable/disable graph display in the Options>Interface menu, or by pressing F10 on your keyboard

Venom Battle-Car

  • Moved Venom’s center of mass slightly back from current position to better match front of hitbox

Bug Fixes

General

  • [Xbox, PS4] Fixed an issue causing client crash or freeze when joining a Ranked Doubles or Standard match from an end-match screen
  • Decals no longer cover Painted portions of Twinzer Car Bodies
  • Hammerhead Decal no longer covers Painted portions of Mantis Car Bodies
  • Fixed lens flare so it no longer shines through ball or trees on DFH Stadium and Beckwith Park (Midnight)
  • [PS4] Improved texture filtering on several maps
  • Painted Zeta Wheels now properly display in thumbnails
  • [Switch] Black secondary paint on Breakout Type-S no longer displays as Brown
  • Turtle Tribe Decal is now properly aligned on Octane’s roof
  • ’99 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 Engine Audio is no longer overwritten by default Engine Audio when equipped
  • Players will no longer receive a matchmaking ban if they quit during a Goal Replay after successfully forfeiting
  • Adjusted position of front Wheels on Merc and ’70 Dodge Charger R/T to prevent Wheels clipping through the body
    • This adjustment is visual-only, will not affect Merc control or performance

Source: Psyonix

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89