Apex Legends Code 429, Connection to the Matchmaking Server Failed

by Narendra

Apex Legends Code 429, Connection to the Matchmaking Server Failed: In our Apex Legends 429 Error Code, Connection to the Matchmaking Server Failed guide, we’ll show you a few ways to fix this issue. We’ll go from the easiest to the hardest (or, if you prefer, the most annoying). Let’s get started without further ado.

Apex Legends Code 429, Connection to the Matchmaking Server Failed

You can try a few different things to fix error code 429 in Apex Legends, which means “Connection to the Matchmaking Server Failed.” First, though, you should check to see if the servers are down.

You can do this on either the official EA Help Twitter account or the unofficial Apex Status account. If everything is working fine on their end, you should check to see if you have downloaded and installed the latest version of the game.

Next, quit the game and close the app. Then, open the app again and see if it works now. Players on PC might also want to try restarting the launcher. If that doesn’t work, you may need to restart your PC or console.

The “Connection to the Matchmaking Server Failed” error code 429 in Apex Legends could also be fixed by restarting your modem or router. Turn it off, wait a few minutes, and then turn it back on. When the network is back, try to play the game again.

If you don’t get any results, you could try playing on a different network (if you have access to another network). It might also help to clear your DNS cache.

I won’t go into detail about how to do this because I know kids read our guides and I don’t want them to mess up their device. If you know how to flush your DNS, do it. If nothing we’ve suggested works, call EA Help. And if you know of other ways to fix the problem that we haven’t mentioned, please let us know in the comments.

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