Psyonix LLC released patch v2.04 for Rocket League today. The patch applies to Rocket League on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Steam, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and the Epic Games Store. Per Psyonix, the patch temporarily removes voice chat in Rocket League. Psyonix acknowledges the in-game voice chat system is not up to modern standards for a fast-paced game environment. Psyonix also notes some players experience performance issues while using in-game voice chat. This all contributed to its decision to remove it.
Psyonix plans to deliver an improved, more comprehensive voice chat system to Rocket League in 2022. The rest of the patch notes are below, per www.rocketleague.com.
Rocket League PlayStation 5 120 FPS Support
- PlayStation 5 – Fixed a bug preventing 120 FPS support on the PS5
- Players on PS5 can now play at:
- 4K at 120 FPS without HDR
- 4K at 60 FPS with HDR
- To play at 120 FPS, compatible hardware (HDMI 2.1-capable 4K/120 Hz display, HDMI 2.1 cable) is required
- 120 FPS support also requires the appropriate video settings on your console. To change your Video Quality Settings on your PlayStation 5:
- Go to Settings from the PlayStation 5 Home Screen
- Select Screen and Video
- Select Video Output
- Set Enable 120 Hz Output to Automatic
- HDR is disabled 120 Hz is enabled. Rocket League will output at 4K at 60 FPS with HDR if Enable 120 Hz Output is set to Off.
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