Now, with a purpose to commerce beauty objects, each events should verify that they are each precise gamers.
Developer Psyonix has launched a brand new patch for Rocket League. The patch is not all that big–outside of some bug fixes, the patch actually solely provides a brand new two-factor authentication mandate for in-game buying and selling.
“Beginning with v1.93, gamers that need to take part in player-to-player buying and selling will need to have [two-factor authentication] enabled on their Epic Video games account,” Psyonic writes within the full patch notes, that are listed under.
With two-factor authentication enabled, you will should authenticate your Epic Video games account by means of a separate service, like your mobile phone quantity or private e-mail, with a purpose to verify your identification.
As talked about earlier than, the patch additionally addresses a couple of bugs. For example, the patch fixes the typically bizarre lighting that might pop up on Forbidden Temple–which is fantastic, particularly since that area has a cool makeover for the limited-time Lucky Lanterns event. The occasion lasts till March 1, bringing again fan-favorite sport modes and Lunar New Yr-themed cosmetics.
Rocket League February 15 Hotfix Patch Notes
Adjustments and Updates
- Two-Issue Authentication (2FA)
- Beginning with v1.93, gamers that need to take part in player-to-player buying and selling will need to have 2FA enabled on their Epic Video games Account
- The primary commerce you execute after enabling 2FA could take longer than regular to course of (about 30 seconds). Subsequent trades ought to course of usually
- Fastened a bug stopping splitscreen gamers from matchmaking in Aggressive Playlist
- “Invite to celebration” possibility in Buddies Listing now shows correctly for all gamers
- Fastened lighting on Forbidden Temple
- Eliminated animations added to the Playlist Menu within the final replace
- Fastened a bug inflicting the ball to show invisible in Spectator Mode when utilizing Fly Cam