Rocket League Version Mismatch: How to Fix

Rocket League Version Mismatch is preventing players from competing online, but updating the game should solve the issue.
Rocket League Version Mismatch is preventing players from competing online, but updating the game should solve the issue. / Photo by Psyonix

Rocket League Version Mismatch is preventing players from competing online, but updating the game should solve the issue.

Rocket League's free-to-play update finally arrived on Sep. 23. The new update provided a number of Legacy items for existing players, but players new and old have been experiencing a number of issues and errors since the game went free to play. One of which is the Call Limit Reached error, which had many players frustrated last week without a guaranteed fix.

Another prominent issue has been the Version Mismatch error, which won't let you play games online until it is fixed. Thankfully, the solution is relatively simple.

Rocket League Version Mismatch: How to Fix

The Rocket League Version Mismatch error simply means your game needs to be updated to the latest version in order to play online. Regardless of what console you play on, fixing the error should be as simple as closing the game and attempting to open it again.

When you do, you should be prompted by your system that a Rocket League update is available. Once you update, you'll be able to hop back into online play without the Version Mismatch error. On PS4, you can also press "Options" on the Rocket League icon and check for an update.