How to accept license agreement in Rocket League

Matt Porter
Player attacking a ball in Rocket League

Rocket League is an online multiplayer game, but you need to accept the Rocket League license agreement before you can jump into the game. This can be a frustrating task, but we’ve got everything you need to get into a match.

Rocket League is a very simple concept. Take soccer, the world’s favorite sport, and add rocket-powered cars. Unsurprisingly, the game has become one of the most popular multiplayer games in the world, with millions getting involved in “soccar.”

With crossplay capabilities, Rocket League is the perfect party game for casual players, while the Competitive modes are perfect for those who want to test their mettle and prove they are the best of the best.

Before you jump into multiplayer matches though, you’ll need to accept Rocket League’s license agreement when you open the game for the first time. Unfortunately, this can be a little buggy, with players known to skip past it by accident or errors preventing it from appearing entirely.

Rocket League players chasing a ball

How to accept Rocket League license agreement

The license agreement should appear the first time you open the game, but it’s easy to accidentally skip past it, leaving you unable to play online.

Thankfully, there is a way to go back and find it, allowing you to access Rocket League’s online modes.

By going to the ‘Extras’ section in the main menu, you can find all of these agreements from Psyonix and complete this task.

To accept Rocket League’s license agreement:

  1. Open Rocket League, go to the main menu, and select Extras.
  2. In Extras, scroll down and select Legal Agreements.
  3. Open the EULA, Terms of Service, or Privacy agreements.
  4. Press OK to accept the agreement.
  5. Complete this task for all three agreements.
Rocket League players chasing a ball

Players need to have accepted these agreements before they can take part in any multiplayer games. This issue generally affects new players to the Rocket League or those who haven’t played the game in a while.

Psyonix also changes and updates the agreements from time to time, so you’ll have to accept the agreements every time they do.

Image Credit: Psyonix

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