It's no secret that due to the high popularity of the game, it often lags, and the Apex Legends servers throw players into the menu. Problems connecting to Apex Legends servers are most often related to crashes or planned work on them.
Disconnections from the servers of the game also happen quite often. The stability problems of Apex Legends are known to all players and they are still not resolved by the developers. This article will help players to fix server lags in Apex Legends.
Lags and Freezes During the GameIf Apex Legends lags during a match, various red icons will be displayed in the upper right corner. Let's figure out what each of them means.
- Packet loss
- Prediction error
Apex Legends Server ProblemsIn half of the cases, freezes and lags are caused by the Apex Legends servers. Due to a large number of players, they simply cannot cope. In such a situation, you need to try changing the server. After loading the game, before entering the lobby, press Tab and select the server with the lowest ping.
If you are disconnected from the match, prevented from starting a match, or thrown into the menu, then you should check the status of the Apex Legends servers.
Apex Legends Server StatusIf you encounter a similar problem, the first thing to do is to check the status of the Apex Legends servers on the game's official website in the Help section. This is very easy to do. After following the link, select Apex Legends in the top menu under "Games". The page will reload and a green "Server Status" button will appear in the upper right corner. Click on this button to open a block with information about the status of servers.
A separate server is displayed for different gaming platforms, PC, PlayStation and Xbox. There is an arrow to the right of the server name that shows the current state of the Apex Legends server. If the arrow is green and looks up, then the server is operating normally, if the arrow is of a different color or looks in the other direction, then work is underway on the server or it has crashed.