Rocket League update 2.13 boosts loading times on Xbox

Rocket League 2.06
Rocket League 2.06

Psyonix has dropped a new Rocket League update that will soon be available on all platforms. There’s nothing major packed into this latest patch as the developers continue to iron out some bugs.

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You will need to download an install Rocket League update 2.13 in order to play online. No new content has been introduced, though some players will benefit from changes such as improved boot times and stability on Xbox.

Released back in 2015, Rocket League went free to play several years later in Autumn 2020, following Epic’s acquisition of Psyonix. Looking to expand the series beyond PC and consoles, the team recently launched Rocket League Sideswipe, a 2D adaptation of the game designed for quickfire matches.

Rocket League Update 2.13 Patch Notes

Version: Rocket League v2.13

Platforms: Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Steam, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S

Scheduled Release: 3/29/2022, 4 p.m. PDT / 11 p.m. UTC

BUG FIXES

  • Fixed appearance of ‘Startrack’ Rocket Boost and Trail when previewing from a Blueprint
  • When backing out of a Playlist, fixed UI focus so you return to the previously selected Playlist card instead of defaulting to Casual
  • Fixed a UI error taking focus off of the Change Playlist/Training menu if selected by a player after a match
  • [Xbox] Improved boot times and general stability
  • Moved placement of Neo Tokyo (Comic) on the Arena list

KNOWN ISSUES

  • Before v2.13, in a small percentage of Casual matches, a spectator would sometimes join a team, creating uneven teams
    • We believe this issue may be unique to v2.12
    • If this bug persists, we have added additional error logging to the game client with this update so we can better identify and resolve the issue

“Man, I wish there was a Rocket League, but for golf!” some of you might be thinking. If this is you, then you might want to check out our recent gameplay preview of Turbo Golf Racing. Meanwhile, you might want to see our updated list for the best racing games to play in 2022.

Source: Rocket League

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