Psyonix and Epic Games have announced a brand new Rocket League update, to be able to launch on February 1 (4 p.M. PST) thru Rocket League Trading the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Nintendo Switch. According to the pair, the replace, which remains pending first-birthday celebration certification, is bringing no longer only a smattering of best-of-lifestyles improvements, however a few new content, together with an extended-asked addition: Fennec Decals in the Esports Shop.

Unfortunately, in terms of latest content material, that is all the pair reveal about the replace, however it's secure to assume this is the highlight, and for this reason you shouldn't expect something larger than this. As for the decals, they look splendid, and characteristic a number of the scene's biggest teams like NRG, G2, Team Vitality, Ghost, and BDS. Of route, rocking a BDS sticker might not make you as accurate as Monkey Moon, however you can at least look correct in your pursuit of diamond 2.

In addition to this, Psyonix additionally announced the update will include a few modifications to Neon Fields which are based on player comments. As the developer notes, it's "aware" that the outcomes and lights in Neon Fields could have a terrible impact on the sport experience for some gamers. To this stop, it is including a brand new settings alternative dubbed "impact intensity," which allows you to regulate the depth and movement of visuals for Neon Fields. Unfortunately, it sounds just like the feature might be simply restricted to this unique area.

Within the placing, players might be able to make the subsequent changes: disable all pulsing effects, disable all flashing lights, reduces Rocket League Trading Prices or disable moving FX/lights/background visuals, and decrease brightness or depth of historical past lights.