And several more bug fixes.

Rocket League has released a new update that primarily provides bug fixes. However, Rocket League version 2.41 update also brings back Dropshot, Hoops, Rumble, and Snow Day Tournaments - something fans will enjoy in the aftermath of the RLCS London Major. 

Rocket League v2.41

The new update mostly deals with bug fixes. Salty Shores (Salty Fest) will now appear in competitive Playlists. The new Rocket League v2.41 update also brings back Dropshot, Hoops, Rumble, Snow Day tournaments. 

Rocket League v2.41 Patch Notes

  • Fixed multiple bugs blocking Dropshot, Hoops, Rumble, and Snow Day Tournament scheduling
  • Fixed a bug blocking Hoops Custom Tournament creation
  • Added a minimum size for Nameplates to ensure visibility
  • Fixed aliasing issues on Salty Shores (Salty Fest)
  • Salty Shores (Salty Fest) should now appear in Competitive Playlists
  • Fixed a bug preventing the correct visual effects from appearing on multiple Wheels
  • Armorer and Boba Fett Decals correctly appear in player inventories
  • Fixed a visual bug with the Psypher Trail
  • Fixed a visual bug with the Front Row Rocket Boost
  • Fixed an unlock issue with the Nissan Fairlady Z Wheels
  • Fixed multiple bugs tied to the Item Shop UI

The RLCS London Major was a huge success with G2 Stride emerging as the victors at the CopperBox arena in London. With a roaring crowd that was clearly supporting some of the French players at the venue, G2 Stride overcome all obstacles to lift the trophy at the second Rocket League Major of the year. G2 Stride took home $75,000 in prize money and 40 RLCS points with this victory. 

The next RLCS event will be the RLCS Championship which will take place in North America later this year. The tournament takes place at the Dickies Arena, Fort Worth in September. It will last for six days, starting on September 10 and will feature a massive $1,165,500 prize pool.