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Psyonix is releasing the March update for Rocket League this week.

The latest update for Psyonix’s Rocket League includes changes to the game’s blueprint trade-ins and new in-game content. It’s also the last update the game will receive on Mac and Linux.

Here’s the list of changes and improvements as described by the studio.

  • Blueprint Trade-Ins – Players will be able to trade in five Blueprints from the same series and rarity for a higher rarity Blueprint.
  • Dynamic Range Controls For Game Audio – Dynamic Range Presets of Medium (Default), Low (Night), and High (Theater) will be available in the “Audio” tab within Options.
  • Final Mac and Linux Update – This update will be the last update for Rocket League on Mac and Linux
  • New In-Game Content – A new Blueprint Series and Item Shop Items will be revealed soon! Plus, additional content will be rolling out throughout Spring.

The update also makes some small changes to the game’s default settings. The camera, controls, and interface are all tweaked, primarily to make Rocket League easier for new players to pick up.

It’s bad news for MacOS and Linux users, however, Following the update, all online functionality – including in-game purchases and online multiplayer modes – will be disabled. Psyonix is offering a full refund via Steam until June 10, 2020.

The March update will be released tomorrow for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and SteamOS.

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