Rocket League Gets New Patch Alongside DC Add-on

Rocket League has received a new patch, v1.42, to correspond with the DC Super Heroes DLC Pack, and it adds three brand new map variants.

on March 6, 2018 8:08 AM

If you were hoping to be able to jump into Rocket League to try out the brand new DC Super Heroes DLC Pack then you may be a bit disappointed but excited to find out that developer Psyonix has also released a new patch in conjunction with the DLC’s launch.

While the patch, of course, adds the ability to buy the new add-on content, v1.42 also adds and fixes a number of different features. First and foremost, all “Snowy” versions of maps have been changed to “Stormy” versions of Mannfield, Beckwith Park, and DFH Stadium. 

In addition to the new variants, v1.42 also gives spectators the ability to chat while a match is occurring, and the look of the Season 6 – Diamond Wheels has also been changed, although the extent of this change is not known.

Finally, the patch also fixed three different bugs, including one that would prevent players from changing presets from a certain screen.

You can check out the full patch notes, straight from Psyonix, at the end of the article.

Rocket League was originally released on July 7, 2015, and is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, macOS, and Linux.


DC Super Heroes DLC

  • The DC Super Heroes DLC Pack is now available on all platforms

    • Battle-Cars

      • ‘’89 Batmobile’

      • ‘The Dark Knight Rises Tumbler’

    • Rocket Boost

      • ‘Speed Force’

    • Decals

      • ‘Aquaman’ (Breakout)

      • ‘Batman’ (Paladin)

      • ‘Cyborg’ (Roadhog)

      • ‘Flash’ (Venom)

      • ‘Green Arrow’ (Hotshot)

      • ‘Green Lantern’ (Merc)

      • ‘Superman’ (Octane)

      • ‘Wonder Woman’ (X-Devil)

    • Player Banners

      • ‘Aquaman’

      • ‘Batman’

      • ‘DC’

      • ‘Cyborg’

      • ‘Flash’

      • ‘Green Arrow’

      • ‘Green Lantern’

      • ‘Superman’

      • ‘Wonder Woman’

    • Wheels

      • ‘Flash’

      • ‘Wonder Woman’


Map Rotation

  • Replaced ‘Snowy’ map variants with ‘Stormy’ versions
    • Mannfield (Stormy), Beckwith Park (Stormy), DFH (Stormy)

Spectator Mode

  • Spectators can now chat during matches

Competitive Season 6 Rewards

  • The appearance of the ‘Season 6 – Diamond’ Reward Wheels has been updated



  • Fixed a bug preventing players from being able to change Presets in the Endgame screen between matches

  • Division/Rank Up/Down animations now successfully display on the Endgame screen

  • Adjusted Xbox 360 controller vibration

Tanner Pierce is a Staff Writer at When he isn't writing, he is pursuing a major in Journalism at the University of Central Florida.