Psyonix, the game developer behind the wildly popular Rocket League, released a statement explaining a new party system that is coming to the game soon.The new party mode will be launched first on PC to fix bugs and glitches, while consoles will get a later release. This new party system implements PsyNet integration for players, meaning that parties will be set up through in-game. No longer will you need to Rocket League Crates go through Steam, Playstation Network, or Xbox Live. Playing with players cross-console will be much easier and will make gameplay less laggy. If you are a solo player and don’t care about the update, then no problem. With the update being pushed in-game, it won’t impact your gameplay.
If you are a solo player and don’t care about the update, then no problem. With the update being pushed in-game, it won’t impact your gameplay.Testing for the new PsyNet system hasn’t started yet, but once it does there will be no downloads to worry about. If there are any game-breaking bugs or glitches, Psyonix already stated they will immediately roll back the update to avoid any gameplay inturruptions. No date has been released yet for the new PsyNet.