With the really long queue times already causing a lot of issues, having additional server problems leaves the players with limited patience. This article contains the solutions to the "Bad Gateway" error.
Escape from Tarkov is currently in the closed beta and with games like that, it is expected that they will have certain performance issues. With the recent release of patch 0.13 and the new addition to the game , players have been experiencing certain issues.
The "Bad Gateway" error comes up when the players try to log into their accounts and it ends up failing. The first thing to do is to completely close the launcher and restart it. Refreshing the launcher has a high chance of fixing the issue.
Take a minute to look at the server list and brush through all of the servers that give you high and unstable ping. Also, make sure to check the official Twitter accounts of the developers for any new server status updates as you might be trying to connect to a server that has crashed.
The gateway error is never directly a player-sided error and does not mean that there is anything wrong with the player's game or setup. Quick and simple restarts will solve the issue most (if not all) of the time.
The times that restarting does not fix the issue, there is a high chance that the servers are down and the issues have been noticed by the developers and are being worked on.
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