The participant explains they're epileptic and the  Rocket League Credits  strobe lights on display in Neon Fields brought on them to go through a seizure. Psyonix has now acknowledged the issue and revealed how it plans on coping with it via a announcement on its website. "We've emerge as aware that the consequences and lighting in Neon Fields can negatively impact the game experience for some players," the statement reads.

"We're including a brand new settings choice referred to as 'Effect Intensity' that adjusts the depth and movement of visuals for this Arena." After the patch is going stay, the settings for Neon Fields could be able to be modified from default to low. When on low, the pulsing effects and flashing lights might be disabled, and the transferring FX/lighting fixtures/history visuals and the intensity of background lights might be reduced.

The new settings options for Neon Fields will pass live when the subsequent Rocket League patch drops on February 1, 2021. The issue comes just a month after a participant suffered a seizure because of Buy Rocket League Credits  a specific moment in Cyberpunk 2077 thanks to flashing lighting. CD Projekt Red reacted by using such as a warning in-game and later altered the instant in query.