EA is unavailable to help with Battlefield 2042. The game has been down for over a month now, and the developers are not sure when it will be back up.
Battlefield 2042 Unknown Error – unable to connect to EA is a problem that has been present for a while. EA has released an article explaining the issue, and how to fix it.
As the open beta for Battlefield 2042 went online this morning, gamers are getting their first taste of the 128-player Conquest mode, but some players are experiencing Unknown Error problems and are unable to connect to EA’s servers.
Although EA is working on a potential remedy, the Battlefield 2042 Reddit page is presently loaded with numerous complaints about the Unknown Error problem, which is linked to so many people attempting to enter the open beta.
The servers are now overburdened, which explains why others are receiving unable to connect to EA’s Servers messages as well.
Unknown Error in Battlefield 2042
On Twitter, Battlefield 2042’s Lead Community Manager confirmed the Unknown Error reports, urging players to “sit tight” while EA “scales up” all of the game’s servers in order to meet demand from the Open Beta.
“Sit Tight if you’ve met our pal ‘Unknown Error.’ This isn’t due to your actions; we’re just scaling up all of our servers to accommodate the #BattlefieldBeta demand.”
You may read more about the Open Beta start and finish dates here while you wait for the servers to be repaired.
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Battlefield 2042 is a new first-person shooter from EA that released on October 25, 2018. The game has been plagued with issues since its release and many users have reported an Unknown Error – unable to connect to EA error. Reference: battlefield 2042 beta access.