Rocket League Patch 2.05

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Rocket League Patch 2.05 Adds James Bond’s Aston Martin Valhalla

Abhimannu Das
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Rocket League Patch 2.05 introduces the new Aston Martin Valhalla skin from the 2021 James Bond film No Time to Die.
The Aston Martin DB9 from Goldfinger which was available earlier this year is making a return as well.
The Aston Martin cosmetics are priced at 1,100 Rocket League credits each while the collection bundle offers both cars at 2,000 credits.

Rocket League received a new patch on 5th October 2021 that saw the esports shop being updated along with other new content being added to the game. In addition to the highly-anticipated esports shop, the game is getting the James Bond Aston Martin Valhalla skin, which will be available in the shop from 7th October 2021. Players who do not want to purchase the skin will get access to three in-game challenges that offer other James Bond cosmetics. The Aston Martin DB5 is also making a return and in case you missed it the first time it was available, you will get a second chance to obtain it from 7th to 13th October.

Rocket League Patch 2.05: James Bond Aston Martin Valhalla

The Aston Martin DB5 and Valhalla cosmetics makes use of the Octane Hitbox and while the DB5 does not feature the weaponry from the James Bond film it features in, it does come with the rocket boost that was shown off in Goldfinger. The new James Bond Aston Martin Valhalla skin on the other hand is featured in the 2021 film No Time to Die. Both cosmetics will be available for 1,100 Credits ($11 USD) each or you can get the Bond 007 Collection for 2,000 credits ($20 USD) which will include both the cars.

Rocket League Patch 2.05: Esports Shop

The new Rocket League Esports Shop is now available with new skins for the 2021-2022 season. The esports shop is a special digital store inside Rocket League that allows players to purchase in-game cosmetics for their favorite teams.

Each pro team that is present in the RLCS (Rocket League Championship Series) Esports Shop will receive 30% of the revenue from all cosmetics designed for the respective team. An additional undisclosed amount from the revenue will be used to boost the prize pool of this season’s RLCS event.

Rocket League Patch 2.05: Other patch notes

The Preset Creation system has been tweaked which now duplicates active presets into new preset slots to make car customization easier.

  • [PlayStation 5] Fixed a resolution issue causing gameplay to appear blurry for some players

  • Fixed a bug causing FPS settings to change on their own

  • Bot difficulty will change to the player’s selection when playing offline

  • Fixed appearance of Painted Vector Decals

  • Fixed appearance of Twinzer Car Body when using certain Decals

  • Fixed an inventory bug when sorting by Series

  • Fixed a scrolling bug when viewing large inventories

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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.