Rocket League is certainly a great game. It’s particularly unique brand of online multiplayer has created a massive community of fans in just a couple of weeks. However, with any online game of this size, especially one that uses dedicated servers, there can be some problems.
Rocket League is no different with many players reporting lag and other network related issues since launch. These have not been constant problems like we have seen with some other game launches, with lag popping up sporadically, and on different servers.
Psyonix, the developer of Rocket League, is fighting back though, offering players a new way to keep them informed of issues as they happen. A new reporting tool has been created that will allow players to give the developer feedback in regards to how the game is running.
The way it works is, if you experience a laggy match, jump onto this tool and fill out the info, which includes your region, the average ping time, and the server name, along with how the problem appeared in-game.
Once they have this info, combined with hopefully hundreds of other reports, they can track down the problems and get them fixed quickly.The one catch is that they only want up-to-date info, so try not to report matches that are older than an hour.
Rocket League is available now on PS4 and PC.