With Rocket League poised to hit the Nintendo Switch and focusing on the upcoming college leagues, you’d think Psyonix might have a lot of things on the table. Turns out they’re planning to do some new updates for the game that fans have been begging for almost since it launched. In an announcement on their website, transparent goalposts will be making their way to the game in the next update. Here’s a snippet from the information they put out today.
Transparent Goalposts will add transparency to the goals, goalposts, and specific pieces of the Arena wall. More specifically, you will soon be able to see through parts of the Arena that were previously solid structures (depending on your position and camera view). When defending in-goal, for example, the posts and walls around you will become transparent for better vision. The same goes for players who hug Arena walls on offense or defense, because the quarterpipe will be see-through as well!
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