Rocket League Patch 2.03


Rocket League Adds India Server in Patch 2.03

Abhimannu Das
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Rocket League patch 2.03 added India as a separate region with a new Mumbai server.
Players from India will now be able to compete in the Rocket League Championship Series under the ASM (Asia SE-Maritime) region instead of the Middle East.
The new NFL Fan Pass is also available as part of the new 2.03 update which will have season-long cosmetics from all 32 NFL teams.

Rocket League developer Psyonix added a new Mumbai server for its Indian audience ahead of the Rocket League Championship Series. Connectivity in Rocket League has been an issue Psyonix has been tackling with pro players complaining about unstable ping and poor connectivity. India was previously under the Middle East Region which made it difficult for players in the region to compete. With the new Mumbai server being added as part of patch 2.03, India is now classified under a new region. However, for esports events, India will be competing under ASM (Asia SE-Maritime) instead of the Middle East from patch 2.03.

Rocket League Patch 2.03 Overview

The new Rocket League patch 2.03’s biggest content drop includes the NFL Fan Pass. The new fan pass will offer players access to a ton of NFL-themed cosmetics. Players can purchase the new NFL Fan Pass 2021 from the in-game shop, which will unlock event-exclusive items for all players. The cosmetics will be unlocked throughout the 2021 NFL season and players will get cosmetics themed around all 32 NFL teams. The limited-time mode Gridiron will also be returning to the game as part of the NFL collaboration.

An update to offer 120 FPS on new-gen consoles was supposed to drop this month but it has been delayed until further notice. Psyonix has promised another patch later this month which will bring the much-awaited feature.

Rocket League Patch 2.03 Patch Notes

Server Regions

  • ‘India’ has been added as a server region

  • Servers are hosted in Mumbai

  • India tournament region uses ASM servers

The country is now a part of ASM (Asia SE-Maritime) for competitive esports instead of the Middle East. Players who want to compete in professional Rocket League from India will now have access to both in-game weekly tournaments in the ASM region as well as Rocket League Championship Series events in Southeast-Asia.

Bug Fixes

  • Aliasing along the ramp in Deadeye Canyon has been fixed

  • Fixed a bug related to being kicked prematurely from an in-progress Tournament

  • Several Italian, German, and Russian localization fixes

  • Fixed a crash scenario involving Dropshot and the NASCAR Trail

  • Tournament Rank now correctly displays on the Tournament History page

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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.