Stop us in case you’ve heard this earlier than: Apex Legends is affected by server issues once more. Right now, Apex gamers are being hit with a massive quantity of disconnection errors, “roughly three times the normal rate” based on developer Respawn – and worse, the group would possibly not have the ability to repair it for a number of days.
Apex Legends appears to endure from an inordinate number of server issues, and that’s ignoring the full-scale hacker attacks it additionally goes via far too usually. The newest subject started round September 14 with the new Evolution event, beginning with Respawn being forced to disable its changes to tap-strafing. Soon afterwards gamers started going through connectivity issues or being outright kicked from their video games.
On September 15, Respawn suggested it had fixed these issues – which gamers fervently disagreed with. A day later, Respawn admitted there have been nonetheless “ongoing issues” and apologised, including that it could be “ramping up” server capability and implementing fixes – though it prompt “some problems” would require work over the weekend.
In its newest tweet, Respawn admitted that the connection drawback remains to be really fairly unhealthy, with “roughly three times the normal rate of disconnect errors” – and issues would possibly not get fixed till Apex’s subsequent full patch on September 22, 4 days from now. The excellent news is that Respawn is extending the ranked cut up for the season, which gamers have been struggling to finish with the continued server issues.
Despite enhancements at this time, we’re nonetheless seeing roughly thrice the traditional fee of disconnect errors in @PlayApex, and a full return to regular may take till our subsequent deliberate patch on Sept 22.
We’ll prolong the present ranked cut up by one week—that replace will go dwell Monday.
— Respawn (@Respawn) September 17, 2021