Rocket League update to support 4K on PS4 Pro, 1080p and 60fps on PS4 coming this month
PlayStation 4 Pro users will be pleased to know Rocket League will soon support the console.
Developed in partnership with Panic Button, Psyonix announced the Rocket League news today on the PS Blog.
Not only will the game support 4K at 60fps on PS4 Pro, but the patch will also upgrade the standard PS4 version, allowing it to run in 1080p at 60fps. This includes both single-player and split-screen modes.
Three and four-player split-screen modes will offer 60fps in "most arenas at the same resolutions."
In addition, the next update will also include the previously announced Hot Wheels content along with the following:
- A new fan-voted “Player’s Choice” Crate filled with some of the community’s favorite items.
- PS4-specific technical improvements.
- Multiple performance optimizations and bug fixes.
The update will be released on February 21 alongside the Hot Wheels DLC.
Psyonix said more content updates for Rocket League are in the works for 2017, so that's good news as well.
Rocket League is also available on PC and Xbox One.