September 8th, 2023 at 09:56 #47564JimmyParticipant
If you have checked whether your own internet connection is working, and you still cannot access any Rocket League server, then it is probably due to Psyonix’ having some issues. As previously mentioned, this unfortunately happens quite often after both minor updates and major patches. Most commonly, it affects player’s ability to find ranked matches and play against online opponents.
If that happens, you’ll better be prepared and know what to do. First of all, stay patient, there are people trying to fix the issue ASAP. What you CAN do, however, is checking websites like downdetector.com, where other users can report current disruptions and matchmaking difficulties, to help out some other fans from the community! A strong upward spike probably means that the Rocket League servers are down right now.
No Connection To Rocket League
If you can’t connect to the servers although they seem to be online, then the problem probably lies within you. Here are a few things you can check if you’re having trouble connecting to Rocket League:
-If you’re in touch with friends that also play Rocket League, ask them whether they have the same problem. If they don’t, you can be pretty sure that it’s a local problem and not a server-based one
-Restart your router
-Restart your PlayStation/Switch/Xbox/PC
-Check the connection settings of your device to find out whether it’s connecting properly to your Wi-Fi.
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