We’ll have to wait just a bit longer for Rocket League’s cross-play parties

We'll have to wait just a bit longer for Rocket League's cross-play parties screenshot

Rocket League’s long-awaited cross-play celebration machine (known as RocketID) has suffered an unlucky prolong. Originally introduced along the disclose of its summer time replace roadmap, developer Psyonix has driven again the function to be sure a clean release. In an replace weblog on its respectable website, Psyonix writes, “We need to make sure that RocketID is working flawlessly on all platforms sooner than its free up, and this time beyond regulation will make sure that you’ll be able to be enjoying and partying up with buddies on other platforms very easily.”

No time-frame was once given for when the RocketID machine can be built-in, however Psyonix is promising additional info right through the Fall/Winter replace blogs. They suggest folks stay a glance out on all social media platforms to get the newest information proper when it lands.

As for what is going on now, Psyonix has issued hotfixes for the brand new development machine offered to the sport. Apparently, the ball physics have been by chance tweaked and a few avid gamers have been experiencing controller lag, however fixes must already be to be had for the ones problems. Another repair issues the conversion from Rocket League’s outdated XP machine to the brand new one and has rightfully bumped participant’s standings up accordingly.

The publish has a higher breakdown of ways new ranks shall be calculated and what your outdated XP will convert to. Suffice to say, the strangely low degree maximum avid gamers were given was once an error and no longer intentional.

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