Update 2.05 has arrived for Rocket League, and here’s the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch.
Psynoix has now released a new patch for Rocket League that should be rolling out for all platforms. This update was released on October 5th, 2021 at 4pm PDT.
One of the biggest additions of this new update is the eSports shop. You can get a lot of decals for your cars in this new shop and more.
Other than that, the usual bug fixes and known issues have also been listed. There has been a helpful fix to make the game look less blurry on PS5. They have also fixed a FPS bug on some platforms.
You can read the full patch notes below.
Rocket League Update 2.05 Patch Notes
New Esports Team Decals have arrived, custom-made by the RLCS teams themselves in collaboration with Psyonix More Decals, including options for additional teams and ‘Away Kit’ variants, are coming later in the RLCS season. Decals for Octane, Dominus, and Fennec Car Bodies are available for each team below ‘Home Kit’ Decals for 34 teams from Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America have been added
- Evil Geniuses
- FaZe Clan
- G2 Esports
- Ghost Gaming
- Ground Zero Gaming
- Karmine Corp
- Pittsburgh Knights
- Semper Esports
- SK Gaming
- Spacestation Gaming
- Susquehanna Soniqs
- Team BDS
- Team Liquid
- Team Queso
- Team Singularity
- Team Vitality
- True Neutral
- [PlayStation 5] Fixed a resolution issue causing gameplay to appear blurry for some players
- Fixed a bug causing FPS settings to change on their own
- Bot difficulty will change to the player’s selection when playing offline
- Fixed appearance of Painted Vector Decals
- Fixed appearance of Twinzer Car Body when using certain Decals
- Fixed a inventory bug when sorting by Series
- Fixed a scrolling bug when viewing large inventories
- Esports Shop Decals may cover trim on Painted Car Bodies
- This bug will be fixed in our next game update
- For a complete list of Known Issues in Rocket League, please visit our Known Issues blog
The above information was originally posted via the game’s official website. Rocket League is out now for the PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch platforms.