Rocket League For The Switch Is Getting Visual Updates This Spring

Rocket League For The Switch Is Getting Visual Updates This Spring

It's a notable part of the GDC 2018 Community Management Summit: a postmortem from the folks at Rocket League dev Psyonix about how they implemented a language ban in the popular cross-platform vehicle soccer game - and how it worked out!

The February update also introduces a new crate, new RLCS Fan Rewards, and a public beta for the upcoming Tournament feature for Steam players. These updates are set to be applied in either March or April.

What would a new mode be without its own logo? The former will focus on introducing new functionality, while the latter will incorporate the likes of Competitive Seasons and rewards, new maps, events, and DLC.

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However, both modes will run at 60 frames per second "with infrequent dynamic resolution scaling". Currently, Rocket League on the console is functional and perfectly playable, if not exactly what you'd call a technical tour de force. Quality Mode will feature 1080p resolution docked, 720p in handheld mode with additional visual effects. The developer has all it's plans outlined within a development roadmap.

Psyonix said that it's testing out a new update schedule in 2018 that will alternate between content updates, and feature updates.

With that in mind, the Switch's visual boosts will be included in the spring feature update. The next update, which will launch the next competitive season, is due on February 7.

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