It looks like whenever players sign up for a new game or app, it asks them to go through a long document before they can start playing it.
It looks like whenever players sign up for a new game or app, it asks them to go through a long document before they can start playing it. And while these documents are important, it’s very rare that anyone actually goes through them.
Most apps won’t let users move forward until they accept to have read the agreements. But Rocket League is different in this aspect. Here, players can enjoy the game’s single-player modes without accepting, but they will be locked out of online multiplayer.
Fortunately, this doesn’t take a lot of work to fix. In this article, we have explained how to accept Rocket League’s license agreements even if they reject them before.
Well, it’s a good thing to agree to a new set of terms that Rocket League shows when players start the game. The game will ask players to re-accept whenever the agreements are changed, so payers shouldn’t be surprised if this ever comes up when the game is launched.
But if players initially reject the license agreements, they can find them again in the game’s Extras menu.
Players will also come across two more legal documents on this page, SCT Act and the Payment Services Act. This is only applicable for players who live in Japan, who will need to read and agree to both the documents. Once players accept the agreements, they should be allowed online. If online multiplayer still doesn’t work, restart the game and try again.