Rocket League has exploded onto the scene ever since its first launch. Who'd have guessed the combination of automobiles and soccer would mix so perfectly? As always, publisher and developer Psyonix has been hard at work making slight adjustments to improve the match. Fans can expect minor improvements, such as matchmaking searches and the removal of bugs.
Rocket League Update v1.36 is now live on all platforms! The full It focuses on addressing the game cancelled difficulty on routine Matches, suspension difficulty and the FPS and performance issues caused by Supersonic Trails, also fixing some bugs featuring Quick Chat, Party Chat, Spectator cameras and much more. But regrettably there's absolutely not any lag fixes, and some heated issues such as the stuttering and frame rate problems on Xbox have not been solved. For more details about the v1.36 upgrade, take a peek at the complete collection of Rocket League Patch Notes v1.36 here.
Noticed: The Rocket League v1.36 Update is 2.88 GB on Xbox One, 1.5 GB on PS4. If you don't see the upgrade available for download, please restart Steam or your own console.
Patch 1.36 will not be a game changer but will correct smaller issues. Check out the full patch notes below.
Rocket League v1.36 Update Patch Notes
- Casual Matches will no longer cancel if the server does not have enough players. Bots will once again fill slots for missing players
- The “Find Match” button on the Matchmaking menu can now be selected/highlighted, allowing you to search for a match by pressing A (Xbox) or Cross (PS4) when the button is selected
- Further optimized Supersonic Trails that were causing FPS and performance issues on some hardware
- Fixed a bug with Quick Chat that caused players to automatically say “Great Pass!” or other options instead of being able to select an intended chat option
- Fixed a bug where typing in Party Chat in the Main Menu would skip songs in the selected Playlist
- Reverted a change that caused Controller Vibration to be weaker since the Anniversary update
- The “Hide Competitive Divisions” option will now work correctly with the new Find Match menu
- Corrected a suspension issue with the Batmobile and Mantis that caused them to be more visually elevated than pre-Anniversary Update
- Fixed issues with the grass on Champions Field on Low and Medium Graphics settings
- Fixed a bug with Spectator cameras focusing on the center of the field after a goal is scored
- Fixed issue where an item’s quality was not being verified during a trade
- Reduced Car Engine volume relative to other sounds and made distant cars less audible
- Corrected timing on Champions Field Announcer narration
Rocket League Was the Fifth Most Watched Esport in June
This was due in no small part to the electrifying grand finals of the Season 3 Rocket league Championship Series, which also goes a very long way to explaining why its esports viewership was 67 percent of its overall total audience. League of Legends, of course, got to stay at the very top despite only 31 percent of its viewers focusing on esports -- when you are broadcasting the Rift Rivals mid-season international competitions, and especially when you're putting the NA vs EU rivalry to the test, you can expect a couple of laughs.
Not all the stats are excellent across the board, though. Overwatch has amounts which are going to be a point of concern due to the own players, teams, and esports attempts. While the lack of competitive viewership is at least partly blame-able on the dearth of contests for the game right now, that's a self-created drought: the deficiency of Blizzard engagement with third-party organizers has generated traditional tournament organizers like DreamHack to bow out.
And even though there were mid-to high-tier tournaments to catch eyeballs, there are increasingly fewer teams with Overwatch squads in the first location. CompLexity's passing from over two weeks ago was just one of the earliest of an increasing number of endemic esports organizations that'd bowed out ahead of the institution of their Overwatch League.
The numbers and ratios can always improve once the League actually starts, obviously.
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