Players have encountered an SSL connection issue, preventing them from signing in to the game. There are a few things you can do to try to solve it. Here's how to resolve the Apex Legends SSL connection problem.
Apex Legends gamers are experiencing the SSL connection error, which is keeping them from enjoying the game, and here's how to fix it. Respawn Entertainment and EA still haven't responded to this problem.
The Apex Legends community has battled with its fair share of bugs in the Battle Royale video-game, including the "UI Images ran out of room" warning message that was crashing the game.
Now, complaints are coming in of another error message that says "SSL connect error" when gamers attempt to connect to the Apex Legends servers. If you've experienced this issue, we'll show you how to repair the SSL connection error.
You can fix the SSL connection error by signing in to your EA account through the EA website on your mobile phone or PC. This solution has been confirmed to fix the problem for multiple Apex Legends players.
Follow these few steps to resolve the issue:
- Visit the EA sign-in page
- Sign in to your EA account on a phone or PC
- Accept the terms and conditions with EA
- Try launching Apex Legends again
Because the Apex Legends developers have yet to respond to this issue by creating a correct patch for the SSL connection error, you will have to rely on this workaround for the time being.
The good news is that players who have attempted it have had a high success rate. Following these procedures, several of them have reported being able to log in to Apex Legends immediately away. It can be quite aggravating to receive problem notifications just before entering a match.
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