Rocket League Update V2.03 Brings Servers to India

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Rocket League, the vehicular soccer game, just got a new update yesterday. The update prepares the game for the upcoming 2021 NFL Fan Pass content. It also brings new servers, fixes several bugs, and updates about the upcoming FPS boost for PS5.

Newly added servers are for India. If you play Rocket League there or in its neighboring countries, then from now on, you will connect to Mumbai servers. However, the India tournament region will still utilize ASM servers.

The patch also addressed some aliasing issues that occurred near Deadeye Canyon. Several improvements to Italian, Russian, and German localization have been made as well.

The developer has revealed that PS5 owners will soon be able to play Rocket League at 120 FPS. The FPS boost update that was previously promised will be released later this month. We have mentioned the patch notes below.

  • This update prepares Rocket League for the new incoming 2021 NFL Fan Pass content
  • We know many of you are patiently waiting, and our goal is to release an update later this month that brings 120 FPS to PlayStation 5
Server Regions
  • India has been added as a server region
    • Servers are hosted in Mumbai
    • India tournament region uses ASM servers
  • Aliasing along the ramp in Deadeye Canyon has been fixed
  • Fixed a bug related to being kicked prematurely from an in-progress Tournament
  • Several Italian, German, and Russian localization fixes
  • Fixed a crash scenario involving Dropshot and the NASCAR Trail
  • Tournament Rank now correctly displays on the Tournament History page

You can read the patch notes on Steam as well.

As mentioned above, Rocket League is a free-to-play game, meaning you don’t have to spend a single dollar to play it. However, it does have micro-transactions. The game is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Rocket League recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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