Rocket League Prices developer Psyonix actually started


Rocket League Prices developer Psyonix actually started

Psyonix announced just last week that Rocket’s League’s forthcoming update would feature a ton of new changes. As of today, that update has gone live.Patch v1.53 should be rolling out across all platforms today and by far the biggest new aspect of the update is that of the highly anticipated crossover with Hot Wheels. The Hot Wheels Rivals Arena is now available for play across Casual Playlists and Tournaments in addition to private and offline play.

Season 8 has also ended as of today with this new patch which means that Season 9 has now officially kicked off. If you’re looking to get your rewards for Season 8, they should be going out to those who qualified today as well.

Sony’s resistance to www.lolga.com cross-play on PS4 got a lot of attention when Fortnite launched on the Nintendo Switch earlier this year, but this is a saga that has been running far longer than that. Though the topic of cross-play is one that’s come up from time to time across multiple console generations, Sony’s hesitance to enable it on the PS4 specifically came to light in a big way back in 2016.

Rocket League Prices developer Psyonix actually started pushing for cross-play first, telling users that it was ready to flip the switch on cross-play between Xbox One and PS4 whenever Sony agreed to it. The problem, of course, is that Sony never did agree to it, so Psyonix merely enabled cross-play between the Xbox One version of Rocket League and the PC version and left it at that.