Rocket League was something of a surprise hit. The basic idea of boost-enabled vehicles, two sides and a ball propelled itself to the top of the Steam charts - and just about every machine it arrived on in the future - the moment it was released.
With a massive hit comes a massive playerbase, and when there's millions of players competing against each other, you're presented with enough data to handle balance updates and a slew of content recommendations from your fans. So with so many updates to the year-old title already, there's likely to be plenty more in the future. And with that, we'll list them all here.
Rocket League Update - 1.39
Psyonix must be one of the only developer groups to actively announced extactly when their minor patches are set to go live. Making a full event of the matter on Steam, Rocket League Patch 1.39 went live late last night. So what did it bring? We already said it was a minor update...
Rocket League Update - 1.33
Rocket League Update v1.33 is another minor update that fixes stability issues on its new loading screens and the invisible ball problem on Neo Tokyo. Check out the full patch notes below:
Rocket League Update - 1.32
A minor update this time around to address some of the issues introduced with the Dropshot update earlier this month. While most are basic bug fixes, there's some notable performance tweaks to the Aquadome map, too.
Rocket League Update - 1.31
Another .01 increment over the last actually brings the big guns. Dropshop is here! Meaning Season 4 is, too. More achievements have arrived, and AquaDome shouldn't look quite so bright and colourful anymore. Shame.
Rocket League Update - 1.30
For some games, you'd expect that nice round number to indicate a bigger number. That's not Rocket League's style. We've moved .01 point ahead in patch number to iron out a few problems brought on by the Hot Wheels update issued a few days before. Things came in a little too hot.
Rocket League Update - 1.27
Following a healthy pattern, patch 1.27 has landed just shy of a month after the release of the last. Though it's hardly the most exciting patch after the big Christmas update last month, bug fixes are big fixes and a new addition to the Casual Playlist/Rocket Lab Arenas is never something to scoff at. Here's the lot;
Rocket League Update - 1.26
A minor one this time around, we're looking at a few bug fixes for issues related to the introduction of patch 1.25. They've striped Rocket Labs Arenas from the Casual Arena rotation for the time being and tweaked a few things causing Wasteland and Neo Toyko to show up more often than in other patch. Here's the run-down;
Rocket League Update - 1.25
It's the December update! If you've followed our earlier posts about this one, you'll already have a good idea of what to expect when the download flows throgh your internet tubes. Steam Workshop support, custom training and even a colourblind mode feature in this one, with native PS4 controller support too.