“BTW, important fix coming in our next patch: Stat tracking for online games will properly record for their correlating Garage items.”
“Another change in upcoming patch: Player’s Win/ Loss Ratio on the Stats page will now be displayed as a Win % instead (by popular demand).”
Asked why the Win % change doesn’t just show both numbers, Psyonix replied, “It’s the same number. We’re just changing the display language because the current setup confuses a lot of folks.”
As for the Far, Far Away Trophy where you have to drive 500km, they said, “There’s a bug with it. It isn’t the distance, it’s the tracking. Fixed in the upcoming patch.” This fix will also ensure distance is tracked while playing online.
Meanwhile, a flag update may be included in the next Rocket League update, but Psyonix is “seeing what kind of time we have. If not, update after that.”
Something coming down the road is cross-platform private matches:
They can do that now, actually. [PS4 and PC] share the player pool. Future update will have a cross-platform private match-type thing.
As well, Psyonix said, “One of the things we find exciting: Millions of Rocket League players and there are still secrets that no one seems to have found yet.” One of these secrets appears to be seeing the Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars logo in the start menu:
— Jimmy_B (@JIM__Is) July 21, 2015
up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, X, O while Rocket League is starting up and then press Options when the start screen appears
— Chris Owen (@Envisager_) July 22, 2015
Have you discovered any easter eggs with Rocket League?