Before you try unique troubleshooting steps for your Apex Legends error code issue, try these steps first.
Some other bugs don't have a code name and can happen after important updates or server issues. If you need help troubleshooting, go to our Answers HQ forums.
Make sure the time zone and date of birth is the same on your platform account and your EA Account.
You may get this error when you’re trying to install Apex Legends.
The CE-34878-0 is specific to the PlayStation console, but has an easy fix. Try restarting your console in Safe Mode using PlayStations steps.
There are a few reasons the DXGI_ERROR_, DEVICE_HUNG error code may happen. Your best bet is to update your graphics card driver.
Code:leaf happens when our EA servers aren’t responding, so we can’t connect you to a match. This means that in the backend we created a match, our servers talked to one another, we sent players there, but we didn’t get an answer from that new server.
You can try a few things to fix the issue, but may need to wait for us to fix it. Here’s what you can try.
Code:net happens when an EA server stopped answering the game. Like with code:leaf, there are a few things you can try to fix this issue, but you may need to wait for a fix if you keep getting it.
Go to Settings. Under the Video tab, set Texture Streaming Budget to None.
If the above steps didn’t help you, you don’t see your error code, or you have a fix for the issue we didn’t cover, head over to our Answers HQ forum.
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