Rocket League Update 2.04 is currently being deployed by Psyonix, and we have the full list of patch notes here for you. After several repeated attempts of fixing the 120 FPS bug on the PlayStation 5, it looks like the developers have finally figured out to fix it once and for all. Earlier they announced that this fix will be rolled out in a separate patch.
All the relevant information you may need to have regarding Rocket League patch notes: Update 2.04 is covered below in the next section. You should be able to download and install this update right away as it is going live. We will soon have the update file size for this patch, we will add it here then.
Rocket League Patch Notes: Update 2.04
Unfortunately, we do not yet have the official patch notes for the Rocket League Update 2.04. However, this patch has just begun rolling out to all the supported platforms of the game. The only fix we are aware of right now is the PS5 with its 120 FPS issue. If and when the full notes are made available online, we will add them here as soon as possible.
- We are temporarily removing voice chat with v2.04. As many of our players know, the current voice chat system is not up to modern standards, making it difficult to use in a fast-paced game environment. We’re also aware that some players experience performance issues when using in-game voice chat — some sort of mid-match lag or service disruption — and we do not want voice chat to hinder quality of play.
- Earlier this summer, we said that we are working on bringing an improved, more comprehensive voice chat system to Rocket League. We are on track to bring voice chat back to the game in early 2022. We’ll share more details once we’re closer to voice chat making a siiick comeback next year.
[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 in Rocket League when 120 Hz is enabled. Rocket League will output at 4K at 60 FPS with HDR if Enable 120 Hz Output is set to Off.
Till then, you will just have to wait for the developers to reveal what has been changed, added or updated in this Rocket League update.
Heads up! We have an update coming to all platforms today at 4pm PDT / 11pm UTC. This update includes a fix for 120 FPS support on the PlayStation 5. Today’s update also removes voice chat from the game client on all platforms. More details to follow in the patch notes.
Rocket League is now available on the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Steam, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S platforms. If you’d like to read more game updates and news, check out our Patch Notes section.
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