Rocket League launches on the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 this week. Players will see significantly faster load times and improved splitscreen performance on all new consoles. Some other enhancements are on the way later this year, check out those details here.
Rocket League runs at 4K resolution at 60 frames per second in HDR on the Xbox Series X. Psyonix plans to release a new “Video Quality” game update later this year, allowing users to select quality vs. performance.
Quality: 4K resolution at 60 FPS with HDR
- HDR requires HDR10 compatible display and HDMI 2.0 cable or better (included with Xbox Series X)
- 4K capable display required to experience 4K UHD. If a 1080p display is used, the game will render at 1080p supersampled from 4K.
Performance: Game runs at 2688×1512 resolution (70% of full 4K) at 120 FPS with HDR
- Game UI runs in 4K
- 4K capable display required to experience 4K UHD. If a 1080p display is used, the game will render at 1080p supersampled from 2688×1512.
- HDR and 120 Hz require a compatible display, as well as Ultra High Speed HDMI 2.1 cable (included with Xbox Series X)
Rocket League currently runs at 1080p at 60 FPS with HDR on the Xbox Series S. An update is also planned for later this year on the new console, providing the following quality vs. performance updates.
Quality: 1080p Resolution at 60 FPS with HDR
HDR requires compatible HDR10 display
Performance: Game runs at 1344×756 (70% of Full 1080p) Resolution at 120 FPS with HDR
- UI displays at 1080p
- Requires a TV or monitor 120 Hz capable display
- HDR requires a compatible HDR10 Display and High Speed HDMI 2.0 cable (included with Xbox Series S)
When the PlayStation 5 officially launches tomorrow, Rocket League will run at 4K, 60 FPS with HDR.