Rocket League’s new enviornment, Neon Fields, is a cyberpunk-themed pitch that options numerous neon-on-black colors and flashing lights. Sadly, after its launch final month, some gamers reported experiencing epileptic seizures as a result of depth of the visible results – and there’s to this point been no solution to take away the map from the pool. Happily, Psyonix has introduced that will probably be including a brand new choice to scale back the depth of the consequences in Neon Fields.
As our buddies at The Loadout have reported, Season Two’s new enviornment Neon Fields is themed round neon lights and massive subwoofers, and the intense flashing led to seizures in gamers with epilepsy. This occurred to be proper across the similar time that Cyberpunk 2077 gamers have been discovering an identical phenomenon within the RPG recreation’s braindance sequences, and in Rocket League, merely ‘disliking’ a selected map doesn’t take away it out of your match queue.
At the moment, Psyonix posted an announcement to the Rocket League subreddit with details about an upcoming replace, due out February 1. That patch will embody an choice to toggle the consequences depth in Neon Fields from ‘default’ to ‘low.’
On the ‘low’ setting, Neon Fields could have the next adjustments, as listed in Psyonix’s put up:
- Disables all pulsing results
- Disables all flashing lights
- Reduces or disables transferring FX/lights/background visuals
- Reduces brightness or depth of background lights
Subsequent Rocket League Replace Arrives February 1 from RocketLeague
As The Loadout notes, that replace goes stay February 1 at 16:00 PST / 19:00 EST and at 0:00 February 2 GMT.