Rocket League Update 2.04: Release Date, Patch Notes and Everything You Need To Know

Rocket League

Rocket League will be releasing update 2.04 in the near future and we have all the information you need to know ahead of its release.

The gaming community loves an update due to the fact that they sort out any issues and also bring some cosmetics and content to the game.

The car football game, developed by Psyonix, is a huge success and has been for a few years now. One of the main reasons for this is due to the fact that the creators are constantly keeping the game updated and bringing out a lot of new content.

We recently saw update 2.03 come out on Friday 10th September 2021, and it rectified a lot of minor issues in the game.

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Release Date

Rocket League brings out their update every couple of weeks, and with the last one released only a few days ago, we expect the update 2.04 to come out towards the end of September. Most likely we will see it released around Monday 27th September 2021.

This is good news, and when the developers reveal the official release date for this upcoming update, we will update this page as soon as possible.

Patch Notes

When the update is released, patch notes will be revealed, so keep an eye on this page for updates.

Changes and updates

Voice Chat

  • Temporarily removing voice chat with v2.04. The current voice chat system is not up to modern standards, making it difficult to use in a fast-paced game environment.


PlayStation 5 120 FPS Support

  • PlayStation 5- Fixed a bug preventing 120 FPS support on the PS5

Players on PS5 can now play at:

  • 4K at 120 FPS without HDR
  • 4K at 60 FPS with HDR
  • To play at 120 FPS, compatible hardware (HDMI 2.1-capable 4K/120 Hz display, HDMI 2.1 cable) is required

120 FPS support also requires the appropriate video settings on your console. To change your Video Quality Settings on your PlayStation 5:

  • Go to Settings from the PlayStation 5 Home Screen
  • Select Screen and Video
  • Select Video Output
  • Set Enable 120 Hz Output to Automatic
  • HDR is disabled in Rocket League when 120 Hz is enabled. Rocket League will output at 4K at 60 FPS with HDR if Enable 120 Hz Output is set to Off. For more info, check out this PlayStation 5 4K Resolution Guide

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