EA is aware of server issues it was experiencing across its games, with the company tweeting out: "We are aware of connectivity problems with our games. We'll keep you up to date on progress here. Thanks for your reports".
The server issues were affecting some of the largest games in the world including Apex Legends, FIFA 20, and Battlefield V. EA hasn't detailed the server issues, but Apex Legends players were reporting errors with error code 100 or 103, which stopped them from signing into their EA accounts -- which you know, stops them from playing Apex Legends.
I do like some of the reply tweets to EA's original tweet, with "MrFUTAnalyser (Billy)" tweeting "Theres been connectivity problems for a few years" and right under that "Jonas" with something a little more apocalyptic in "Hope the servers blow up so they have to buy new ones". Wow, guys.
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