Shift into High Gear with Rocket Racing v28.10!
Rocket Racing’s v28.10 update is here, meaning it's time to put the pedal to the metal! In v28.10, put your drifting skills to the test on two new tracks and dazzle your rivals with a Trail for your Car. Plus, enjoy a smooth ride with various quality-of-life improvements — including an updated control scheme on mobile.
Two New Advanced Tracks
Ready for a new challenge? Start your engine, because v28.10 comes with two new Advanced tracks that’ll have you drifting through sharp bends, dodging obstacles, and flying off-road all the way to the finish line!
A perilous spin on a fan favorite, the first new track is Lazy Lake 2, unlocked in ranked racing once you reach Gold I. Keep your hands firm on the steering wheel as you take on hazards working overtime.
Next up is K2 Raceway Deux, where you’ll speed across winding roads and catch plenty of air. This track is designed for experienced drivers, so you’ll need to master your racing technique and reach Platinum I to unlock it in ranked racing.
New Customization Option: Trails!
Prepare to speed past your rivals in style! With Rocket Racing’s new Trails, personalize the dust you leave on the racetrack while drifting past the pack.
Trails are a new type of Locker item you can use to customize your Car. Trails will soon be eligible for cross-game ownership. This means you’ll own certain Trails in Rocket League if you obtain them in Fortnite (and vice versa). The first Trail zooming into Rocket Racing is the Fortnite-original Drift Smoke Trail, which is in everyone’s Fortnite Locker now! More Trails will be coming to Fortnite over time in the Shop.
Drift Smoke will be in your Rocket League garage at a later date if you play Fortnite and Rocket League with the same Epic account. Get different paint colors for this Trail by completing Season Zero Tune Up Quests, available until March 26, 2024, at 12 AM ET. Smoke your opponents on the racetrack!
Some of the unlockable Drift Smoke paint colors.
In Fortnite, Trails are currently limited to Rocket Racing. Trails grant no competitive advantage.
Improved Mobile Touch Controls
v28.10 features enhancements to playing Rocket Racing on mobile with touch controls:
The D-pad, as well as the accelerate, Turbo, air dodge, and jump buttons, have all received visual and usability improvements.
Auto Accelerate is now enabled. It can be toggled on or off.
To stop, you now press and hold the brake button. Once you reach 0 on the speedometer, you’ll start to reverse.
Major Improvements and Bug Fixes
Improved overall CPU performance, especially on lower-end devices.
Sitting idle during a race will now put the player back in the Lobby.
Car collision is now less severe. We’ll continue to improve this interaction over future updates.
Air dodging is now smoother when landing.
Have the pre-race jitters? You can now wiggle and swivel the camera before a race!
The “Invert Steer Method” setting, which inverts steering controls when upside down, now properly remains enabled when changed.
Fixed an issue related to players getting stuck post-race.
Fixed an issue on Android that prevented players from switching languages.