Rocket League Update 1.73 Released, Esports Shop And Bug Fixes

Rocket League received Update 1.73. You can download this patch on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You will find that there is a new Esports Shop.

Rocket League has received Update 1.73. You can now download this patch on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You will find that Rocket League Update 1.73 has some new content and a few bug fixes. Something that stands out in this patch is that they added a new Esports Shop that will feature new items to support RLCS Season 9.

This is a title that combines speed and football. In this installment, the main novelties are improved physics, faster playability, better graphics, unlockables, more vehicles, arenas, split screen for two, three and four players, dedicated servers and improvements to watch the plays at the most spectacular angle. Below you will find the complete list of Rocket League Update 1.73 patch notes.

Esports Shop

The new Rocket League Esports Shop will feature new items to support RLCS Season 9. The brand new teams include eUnited, Pittsburgh Knights, Team Reciprocity, and Veloce Esports. Every team in the new Esports Shop will have the following items: Octane Decal, Dominus Decal, ARMR Wheels, Bionic Wheels, Patriarch Wheels, and Player Banner.

NRG Esports items will feature the team’s new logo. Anyone who owns previous versions of NRG items will still own those versions in their inventory. New Fan Rewards will be available during Rocket League Esports broadcasts this month

Bug Fixes

Fixed appearance of Painted Lightspeed Trails. When buying Rocket Pass Tiers, a Pro Tier thumbnail may get stuck loading.

In other news, much has been said in the past about the possibility of Esports being part of competitions such as the Olympic Games. While it is actually still missing from the main Olympics event, we can soon have a taste of how it would be. The International Olympic Committee allied with tech giants Intel to prepare Rocket League and Street Fighter V tournaments.

These are competitions that will take place before the initial Olympics event. According to information from Esports Observer, this competition will be called the Intel World Open and will be made in collaboration with Psyonix and Capcom, responsible for Rocket League and Street Fighter V, respectively.

They will hold both of these tournaments from July 22 to July 24, 2020 at the Zepp DiverCity, a venue located in Tokyo, Japan. Each of them will offer a great prize pool for $250,000.

I remind you that Psyonix’s Rocket League released on July 7, 2015 for PlayStation 4 and PC. It also released on February 17, 2016 for the Xbox One and on November 14, 2017 for the Nintendo Switch.

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