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Rocket League Connectivity Issues: All In-Game Icons and How to Fix Them?

After getting a free-to-play tag, Psyonix’s Rocket League game becomes more popular and currently, it’s widely used by players across the globe. However, it seems that more and more players are encountering issues with connectivity while playing this online multiplayer game. Now, if you’re also going through Rocket League Connectivity Issues and found that all in-game icons are missing or not loading properly or game rewards not appearing well then make sure to check out this troubleshooting guide to fix this issue.

This particular connectivity related issue can happen on any gaming platforms for the Rocket League players such as PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch. It becomes more frustrating if updating the game version or restarting the device or even changing the internet configuration doesn’t work in most cases. There may be four issues that you may encounter such as Server Health, Packet Data Loss, Latency Variation, Higher Latency (higher ping).

Rocket League Connectivity Issues: All In-Game Icons and How to Fix Them?

Rocket League Connectivity Issues: All In-Game Icons and How to Fix Them?

To be very specific, Rocket League developers have already mentioned a couple of troubleshooting steps for all the gaming platforms if in case, players are literally encountering connectivity issues without any specific reason. It’s also worth mentioning that Rocket League indicates the internet connection quality info on the top of an antenna signal icon.

It basically indicates the network strength which we’ve already mentioned above. While if your network isn’t capable enough to connect the game online then you’ll see Disconnected status in the connection quality info.

Rocket League Connectivity Issues: All In-Game Icons and How to Fix Them?
Image Source: Rocket League

There are four most common error messages that Rocket League players may receive due to the connectivity issue.

  • You are currently not connected to the Rocket League Servers
  • Not Logged in to Rocket League Servers
  • No servers online, Please try again later
  • Unknown error while communicating with Rocket League Servers

Now, you can check out the troubleshooting guide below according to your gaming device.

1. For PC:

So, if you’re also encountering one of these issues on your computer then check possible workarounds below:

  • Check your region to improve connection performance and speed
  • Make sure you are not in a restricted region
  • Restart your router to improve the connection
  • Try deleting the Rocket League cache from this location: <My Documents>\My Games\Rocket League\TAGame\Cache
    • For Mac, ~/Library/Application Support/Rocket League/TAGame/Cache
    • For Linux, ~/.local/share/Rocket League/TAGame/Cache/
  • Make sure you are playing on a wired connection
  • Disconnect other devices from the network to improve connection performance
  • Synchronize Windows Clock to avoid time conflicts with Rocket League Servers
  • Add an exception to Windows Firewall to ensure your computer can connect properly
  • Update Internet Explorer
  • Verify that Internet Explorer privacy settings are set to medium
  • Update Internet Explorer security protocol
  • Enable Port Forwarding: Open your Web Browser > Type your Default Gateway into the URL Address bar to open up the router setup page > If prompted, enter your router username and password > From the router’s configuration page, go to Port Forwarding > Now, add respective entries for Rocket League below:
    • 7000 – 9000 UDP (For Game Servers)
    • 80 TCP (HTTP Connections)
    • 443 TCP (HTTPS Connections)
  • Use Google Public DNS

For a more in-depth guide, you can check the official Rocket League support page.

2. For PlayStation:

  • Check the PlayStation Server Status
  • Check your region to improve connection performance and speed
  • Make sure you are not in a Restricted region
  • Restart your router to improve the connection
  • Make sure you are playing on a Wired connection
  • Disconnect other devices from the network to improve connection performance
  • Enable Port Forwarding: Open your Web Browser > Type your Default Gateway into the URL Address bar to open up the router setup page > If prompted, enter your router username and password > From the router’s configuration page, go to Port Forwarding > Now, add respective entries for Rocket League below:
    • 7000 – 9000 UDP (For Game Servers)
    • 80 TCP (HTTP Connections)
    • 443 TCP (HTTPS Connections)
  • Use Google Public DNS

3. For Xbox:

  • Check the Xbox Server Status
  • Make sure your Xbox Live subscription is active
  • Check your region to improve connection performance and speed
  • Make sure you are not in a restricted region
  • Restart your router to improve the connection
  • Make sure you are playing on a wired connection
  • Disconnect other devices from the network to improve connection performance
  • Enable port forwarding: Open your Web Browser > Type your Default Gateway into the URL Address bar to open up the router setup page > If prompted, enter your router username and password > From the router’s configuration page, go to Port Forwarding > Now, add respective entries for Rocket League below:
    • 7000 – 9000 UDP (For Game Servers)
    • 80 TCP (HTTP Connections)
    • 443 TCP (HTTPS Connections)
  • Use Google Public DNS

4. For Nintendo Switch:

  • Install the game on the internal storage instead of the SD Card. To do that, simply uninstall the game > switch off your console > Remove the SD card > Power on your Nintendo Switch > Go to eShop > Select the primary profile that was used to purchase/login for Rocket League > Select the Profile again of the eShop screen from the top-right corner > Choose Redownload from the left menu > Once the Rocket League installed completely, you can re-insert the SD card.
  • Check your region to improve connection performance and speed
  • Make sure you are not in a Restricted region
  • Restart your router to improve the connection
  • Disconnect other devices from the network to improve connection performance
  • Use the Best WiFi Frequency
  • Adjust MTU Settings from System Settings > Select Internet > Internet Settings > Choose the currently active network > Select Change Settings > Highlight the MTU option > Change the number to 1500
  • Enable Port Forwarding: Open your Web Browser > Type your Default Gateway into the URL Address bar to open up the router setup page > If prompted, enter your router username and password > From the router’s configuration page, go to Port Forwarding > Now, add respective entries for Rocket League below:
    • 7000 – 9000 UDP (For Game Servers)
    • 80 TCP (HTTP Connections)
    • 443 TCP (HTTPS Connections)
  • Use Google Public DNS

That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this guide pretty helpful. For further queries, you can comment below.

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Source: Rocket League Support

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