Psyonix Studios has released a new update for Rocket League that adds a punishment for players who quit ranked matches early.
Following the update, the first player to quit a ranked match will be handed a 15-minute ban from ranked matchmaking. The update also makes it so quick chat works across platforms, adjusts the average skill level of bots based on the players in the match, and fixes a number of crashes.
The full patch notes are below:
- ?Quick Chat? commands can now be used cross-platform between PC and PS4
- Topper: ?Cherry Top? now includes a working, rotating light
- Topper: ?Propellerhead? now includes a working, rotating blade
- AI Bot skill levels now adjust to the average skill level of all players currently in the game
- The first player to abandon a ?Ranked? match is now banned from matchmaking for 15 minutes
- (Steam) Added ?Mouse Sensitivity? setting to the ?Options? menu
- (Steam) Added support for more resolutions
Changes and Updates
- ?Freeplay? now grants truly unlimited ?Rocket Boost?
- Stats: Player?s ?Win/ Loss Ratio? is now displayed as a ?Win %?
- (PS4) Sweet Tooth now properly unlocks when completing a game with all 10 of the other Battle-Cars
- (PS4) Multiple visual optimizations
- Reduced, but did not eliminate, instances of the ?Invisible Car? bug
- Fixed multiple crash scenarios
- Country Flags: Congo is now appropriately-named
- Country Flags: Mexico is no longer reversed
- Country Flags: Northern Ireland is now correct
- Country Flags: United States now shows all 50 stars
Trophies and Achievements
- (Steam) ?Virtuoso? Achievement is now obtainable and includes appropriate description
- (PS4) ?Far, Far Away? Trophy can now be unlocked via online play
- Stat tracking for online games is now properly reflected for their correlating Garage items
- Blog and Scrolling Ticker now work as intended and will not errantly show ?Offline? messages
- ?PsyNet? icons for cross-platform players will now display properly
- Main Menu Player Avatars will no longer disappear between matches
- Player names are now displayed correctly during ?Replays?
- French, German, Italian, and Spanish-language corrections and improvements
Late last week, Psyonix officially unveiled Rocket League‘s first piece of premium DLC, Supersonic Fury. The DLC will add two new cars, new decals, new rocket boost trails, wheels, and more. Supersonic Fury will be available in August on PlayStation 4 and PC for $3.99.