Rocket League Patch V1.93: Adds Two-Factor Authentication
The developer Psyonix released a new Rocket League patch. It is not a big patch. It fixes some bugs and adds a new two-factor authentication requirement for in-game trades.
In the full patch notes, developer Psyonix said that: “Starting with v1.93, players that want to participate in player-to-player trading must have two-factor authentication enabled on their Epic Games account.” The patch also fixes some bugs like weird lightining.
Rocket League Patch Notes
Changes and Updates
- Starting with v1.93, players that want to participate in player-to-player trading must have 2FA enabled on their Epic Games Account
- As part of enabling 2FA, your Epic Games Account email must also be verified
- Fixed a bug preventing splitscreen players from matchmaking in Competitive Playlist
- “Invite to party” option in Friends List now displays properly for all players
- Fixed lighting on Forbidden Temple
- Removed animations added to the Playlist Menu in the last update
- Fixed a bug causing the ball to turn invisible in Spectator Mode when using Fly Cam
Rocket League is a soccer video game developed and published by Psyonix. But the difference is, you play soccer with cars instead of humans. The game was first released for PC and PlayStation 4 in July 2015. But later, the game ported for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. You can play Rocket League up to eight players, four in each team. The aim is the same as normal soccer. You try to score goals and win the match using rocket-powered vehicles. The game includes single player and multiplayer modes. Also supports cross-platform play between all versions.