Rocket League to get 4K resolution next month on Xbox One X consoles

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Players of Rocket League on Xbox One X will finally be able to take advantage of Microsoft’s top-of-the-line console’s 4K graphics support next month, thanks to an upcoming update announced on the game’s website. The game will also be able to take advantage of the console’s supersampling feature when plugged into 1080p televisions.

In addition to 4K and supersampling support, Rocket League is also getting a host of other goods in the update, including new leaderboards for Ranked Extra Modes, as well improvements to the progresstion system and a new “Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 5” episode.

The update is expected to be released December 3, so for now Xbox One X owners will have to wait for the updated visuals. For those interested, the game has been  available for subscribers of Xbox Game Pass since July, and the subscription is also available for just a dollar for the first month of new subscribers right now.

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