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EA servers down? Apex Legends & FIFA players reporting outages

by Eli Becht
EA

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Players across all EA titles, including FIFA 20 and Apex Legends, are reporting problems logging in on February 29.

Anybody looking to log into Apex Legends, FIFA 20, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and every other EA game are currently running into many issues that are blocking them from playing games. Fans quickly voiced their concerns on social media, and the developers confirmed they are looking into the issues.

Update, March 1, 9:47AM EST: EA has now said that all services have been repaired and should be back up and running as normal.

"We're looking into issues with our websites, games, and services. We'll be back with updates as we have them."

Down Detector showed massive spikes in players reporting crashes on games like Apex Legends.

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The reports for Apex Legends have spiked since the EA outages.

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There's not ever a good time for game servers to go down, but considering how early into the launch of Apex Legends Season 4 we are, this is certainly one of the least ideal times. At least you can rest easy knowing that you're not alone in your problems.

Currently, the issue is plaguing players on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, so there's nobody safe from the problems. For Apex Legends players, there might be a workaround, but there's no telling how effective it'll be since the problem is occurring across multiple games.

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During the previous crash on February 27, FIFA disabled the creation of matches for the duration of the outage, to prevent any disconnects.

 

We will keep you up to date with the server status for EA games, as well as any messages from EA's support team.