How to accept the license agreement in Rocket League

How to accept the license agreement in Rocket League
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Written by 

Kiera Mills


11th May 2023 12:23

If you need to know how to accept the license agreement in Rocket League, you're in the right place.

Before you jump into a game of Rocket League, you'll be blocked by a licence agreement which you'll need to navigate through before you join your friends in the popular sports game.

To find out how to accept the license agreement in Rocket League and get back to the game, read on.

Why is there a license agreement message in Rocket League?

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The license agreement message will only pop up the first time you try to play Rocket League. This is a standard agreement that most games will have, in accordance with standard terms of use and privacy policies for online games.

As such, you won't be able to play Rocket League online unless you agree to the EULA (End User License Agreement).

Luckily, this is a simple process. Scroll down to see how to accept the licence agreement and continue your Rocket League game.

How to accept the license agreement in Rocket League

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To accept the Rocket League license agreement, simply follow these steps:

  • Launch Rocket League.
  • Select the 'Settings' option from the Main Menu.
  • Now, click on the 'Extras' tab.
  • Select 'Legal Agreements'.
  • Select and read the EULA (you can also just scroll to the bottom).
  • Press 'Ok' to continue.
  • Select the Terms of Service.
  • Press 'Ok' to accept.
  • Select the Privacy Policy.
  • Press 'Ok' to accept.

Now, you should be all set to enjoy all that Rocket League has to offer, online with your friends or via single-player mode and crash through each tournament.

It should be noted that you'll have to repeat the above process if developers, Psyonix ever make amendments to the agreements.

For more Rocket League tips, check out our guide on the top best Rocket League goal explosions.

Kiera is a Guide Writer for GGRecon, with a BA (Hons) in Journalism. When she’s not busy covering either the spookiest or cosiest of games, she can be found toiling hours away into her favourite RPGs like Mass Effect, The Witcher and Baldur’s Gate 3. If DnD is your jam, she also moonlights as a Wildfire Druid.

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