Published: Thu, February 16, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Lula West

Rocket League will soon go 4K with PS4 Pro support

Rocket League will soon go 4K with PS4 Pro support

Developer Panic Button assisted Psyonix with the update and PS4 Pro compatibility. Three and four player split screen on the other hand will have 60fps in most arenas at those resolutions.

Homefront: The Revolution was release in May of a year ago, and is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Unless you have a 4K TV, we failed to see the benefit of investing in a PS4 Pro when it didn't seem to offer any noticeable improvements for existing PS4 games.

Conners promised this is just the first of many content updates planned for 2017.

Rocket League is the latest PlayStation 4 title to get PlayStation 4 Pro support, according to the PlayStation Blog. There are premium DLC Hot Wheel cars along with accessories for your cars in game drops. A "Player's Choice" crate will also be arriving, containing some of the community's favourite items. Two of the most iconic cars from the series, the Bone Shaker and the Twin Mill III, are receiving the battle auto treatment as part of the premium update, costing a mere $1.99.

The graphics patch includes a handful of secondary updates for the game. Meanwhile, games that run with a 60 frame rate per second cap work much better in Boost Mode compared to other games that run at minor speed. Several days ago we told you the external HDD feature is locked to a single hard drive at once. What do you think about the PS4 Pro 4K upgrades to Rocket League?

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