Their appearance will be friendly to newcomers as well as informative to RLEsports hardcore fans.
Keeping on-screen elements useful without using more space than needed, the approach is successfully simplistic.
Replacing the generic “watching” rectangle from the private match feature for a slim strip at the bottom-left corner and the in-game demo, assist, score notifications for team-coloured flashes assigned to their respective signs.
The previous broadcast style lasted the entire tenth RLCS season. (Picture: Psyonix)
The flashiest of changes are the boost meter and the scoreboard which come to replace the original graphics for a bolder, more modern look.
In an attempt to improve the viewer experience, Psyonix also added all the players boosts to the corner of their respective scoreboard side, making it easier to notice if the pros are being boost-starved or if they have just enough fuel for that 0-second goal.
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