Developer Psyonix announced today that Rocket League – their team-based, vehicular soccer game – will be getting PlayStation 4 Pro support. The update will roll out later this month, introducing a higher resolution, among other things.
“On February 21, we will release a new update that allows Rocket League to run at both 1080p (on a standard PS4) and 4K (on PS4 Pro) at 60 frames per second in all arenas for single and two-player split-screen modes,” said Psyonix community manager Devin Connors in a PlayStation Blog post.
“Three and four-player split-screen modes will offer 60 frames per second in most arenas at the same resolutions,” he added.
This news joins some DLC announcments for the game, including Hot Wheels premium DLC cars, and similarly branded post-match item drops. A “Player’s Choice” crate will also be arriving, containing some of the community’s favourite items.
Rocket League originally release in 2015, where it received generally favourable reviews from critics. Since then, free updates and DLC have been introduced to the game – including new arenas, game modes, and other cosmetics.