Rocket League PS4 Pro Update 1.29 Is Live, Changelog Inside

Rocket League developer Psyonix has released the latest update for the game that adds the Hot Wheels DLC along with official support for 4K rendering on the PS4 Pro. This update is live on all platforms including the PS4, Xbox One and Steam.

Psyonix has also shared the full set of patch notes for this new update below. The size of this update is around 4 GB on the PS4.

(DLC) BATTLE-CARS

Added “Twin Mill III” DLC Battle-Car, including…
(DLC) Six new Decals:
Flames
Javelin
Overline
Speedster
Pyro
Primo
(DLC) One new Wheel:
OH5

Added “Bone Shaker” DLC Battle-Car, including…
(DLC) Six new Decals:
Bone Jack
Diablo
Inferno
Pro-Street
Starstruck
Stripes
(DLC) One new Wheel:
WW5SP

ANTENNAS

Hot Wheels Antenna
Treasure Hunt Flag

TOPPERS
Hot Wheels Topper
Shark Bite Topper

CHANGES AND UPDATES
GENERAL
“Player’s Choice Crate Series 1” can now be found rarely after online matches
This crate includes community favorite items voted on by the players
Rocket League now supports the PS4 Pro with 4K rendering

BUG FIXES
GENERAL
“Infinite Power!” and “Mad Scientist” Achievements have been fixed
“Lightning” Wheel is now properly named “Voltaic”
[PS4]: “Insufficient Space” now properly displayed when attempting to save a reply when the console’s hard drive is full
[PS4]: Saved replays will work properly when transferred from one PS4 to another
Vehicle driver- and passenger-side windows no longer have Blue or Orange tint when Black Market decals are equipped
Pressing shoulder buttons simultaneously no longer causes Item overlap on vehicle customization screen
Chain link pattern no longer visible when using certain Rocket Trails
Fixed performance issues with the Proton, Dark Matter, and Hypernova Rocket Trails.
Licensed Car items can no longer be forced onto other Battle-Cars

Rocket League was released back in June 2016 for the PS4 and PC. It was available free of cost to the PlayStation Plus subscribers on its launch. The game has been a critical and commercial success for the developer Psyonix so far.

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