How to fix Apex Legends “No Server Found” error

Joseph Pascoulis
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For players experiencing the Apex Legends “No Server Found” error luckily there’s an easy fix that we can take you through.

Apex Legends has much to offer as a fast-paced free-to-play battle royale game with a large player base. Whether you want to play the standard battle royale mode, or one of the game’s LTMs, such as Hardcore or Date Night, sometimes errors can get in the way.

If you are experiencing the “No Server Found” Apex Legends error, have no fear; luckily, there’s a relatively easy fix for the issue. Here’s how you can fix the error and get back to enjoying the game online.

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How to fix Apex Legends “No Server Found” error

This Apex Legends error usually means that there’s an update you have missed. In order to resolve the issue, you simply need to download the game’s latest update and boot the game back up.

That said, if your Apex Legends version is up to date but you are continuing to get this error, there are a few things you can try to fix the problem.

  1. First off, make sure the Apex Legends servers are up and running using the Apex Legends Server Status website.
  2. If things look all good on the server side, you will want to check your internet connection.
  3. Run a test on your internet, and if there are problems, restart your router.
  4. After restarting your router, unplug your system, wait a few minutes, and reboot.
  5. If the error persists, contact EA Help.

These steps and solutions should resolve the issue for you, even if you have to contact EA to sort the problem out. Apex Legends’ future is bright, with loads of new content set to come in 2023, including the Celestial Sunrise event, so you’ll definitely want to fix the error before that.

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