Why do I get a message about the license agreement in Rocket League?

In order to play online, you must accept the EULA (End User License Agreement), Terms of Use, and Privacy Policy. If the terms change, you will be prompted on your first login to read and agree once again. If you do not read and agree, you will see a warning message about not accepting and will not be able to play online.

To read and accept:

  1. Launch Rocket League.
  2. Select Settings from the Main Menu.
  3. Select the Extras tab.
  4. Select Legal Agreements.
  5. Select and read the EULA.
  6. Select OK to accept.
  7. Select and read the Terms of Service.
  8. Select OK to accept.
  9. Select and read the Privacy Policy.
  10. Select OK to accept.

If accepting the EULA agreement, Terms of Use and Privacy Policy does not stop this message from coming up, you can try clearing your save data:

Deleting Save Data on Xbox

  1. Select Rocket League and press the Menu button
  2. Select Manage game and add-ons
  3. Select Saved Data
  4. Select the user profile of the player encountering the issue
  5. Select Delete Everywhere

Deleting Save Data on Nintendo Switch

  1. Go to System Settings > Data Management > Delete Save Data
  2. Select Rocket League
  3. Select the user profile of the player encountering the issue
  4. Delete Save Data

Deleting Save Data on Xbox PS4/PS5

  1. Go to Settings > Application Saved Data Management
  2. Choose Console Storage > Delete
  3. Select Rocket League
  4. Select Delete and then select OK to confirm your decision

Clear console cache

  1. Turn off your console using the controller or the Power button on the console.
  2. Unplug the power cable from the back.
  3. Wait at least two minutes.
  4. Plug the cable back in.
  5. Turn your console back on.

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