A great game just keeps getting better.

As detailed over at the game's official site , the amazingly popular and critically acclaimed Rocket League has received a new patch.

This patch fixes some ball-bouncing issues, adjusts the hitboxes, and even lowers the game's ESRB rating. Originally rated at "E10+," the game now has the plain ol' "E" rating; it's a minor change and will only affect the parental control settings. I have to wonder what they took out to drop that rating…what the heck could be in Rocket League that would prompt the ESRB to give it the slightly higher E10+ rating?

Well, anyway, you can check out the full patch notes through the link above. Developer Psyonix has also fixed the collision on the Wasteland map, which had an oddly bouncing ball, and the team also erased an exploit that let vehicles jump higher than they were supposed to. If you haven't had the pleasure of this awesome game, you should definitely consider the upcoming Collector's Edition , a physical version of the game that boasts four brand new cars and a fresh mode that turns soccer into basketball.

Yeah, it's called Dunk House and it'll be ready for digital users this month.

Related Game(s): Rocket League

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TheHighlander
TheHighlander
6 years ago

Could this be the new technology patch from MS to allow Xbox One to see everyone else at last?

😉

Banky A
Banky A
6 years ago

It is not far fetched.

TheHighlander
TheHighlander
6 years ago

lol, I was being a bit sarky.

The PS4/PC cross play is already there with nothing special required.

Xbox One will join them and everyone will play together without a change to the PC or PS4 game.

wiiplay
wiiplay
6 years ago

I'd much rather them create a unified party system, instead of just cross platform random matchmaking. I don't care if I'm playing against PC or Xbox, if I can't set up a proper party with my friends, why bother having it at all?

Underdog15
Underdog15
6 years ago

For the rating, all I can think of is either removed a certain song from the soundtrack perhaps or maybe an antennae attachment?

wiiplay
wiiplay
6 years ago

I&#39d much rather them create a unified party system, instead of just cross platform random matchmaking. I don&#39t care if I&#39m playing against PC or Xbox, if I can&#39t set up a proper party with my friends, why bother having it at all?

Underdog15
Underdog15
6 years ago

For the rating, all I can think of is either removed a certain song from the soundtrack perhaps or maybe an antennae attachment?

TheHighlander
TheHighlander
6 years ago

lol, I was being a bit sarky.

The PS4/PC cross play is already there with nothing special required.

Xbox One will join them and everyone will play together without a change to the PC or PS4 game.

Banky A
Banky A
6 years ago

It is not far fetched.

TheHighlander
TheHighlander
6 years ago

Could this be the new technology patch from MS to allow Xbox One to see everyone else at last?

😉