Heard about Apex Legends? Apex Legends is one game that managed to steal every battle royale fan’s heart. Electronic Arts or EA is the publisher of this epic masterpiece. EA has been known for other games too like The Sims, Knockout City, and our favourite: the FIFA series. However, the American video game company seemed to be going through a hiccup with its login system. Read this article to know more about the issue and how to fix it.
EA Account login issue
If you are a regular player of EA titles, you would know that a sign in is required to access your favorite EA games. It is the most basic part of launching a game, so every player would expect it to be a smooth process. However, that has not been the case with EA’s login portal.
Several users have reported that the portal is not allowing them to login. Moreover, a code 100 comes up along with the unable to login message. This has been happening in the Play Station 4 mostly. According to reports, EA servers have gone down multiple times the past few years. Many competitive players have suffered because of the same. No one likes a game that disconnects in between; that’s a horrible experience and a source of anxiety.
We are investigating reports of some players being unable to connect to EA Servers, and we will provide updates in this thread when available.
— FIFA Direct Communication (@EAFIFADirect) July 5, 2021
Different games of EA face this problem; this time it is FIFA. A game like FUT has a large number of fans playing it at one particular time. Imagine EA’s server crashing and affecting FIFA fans; there will be an uproar naturally.
If you are facing an issue with the EA login, we have listed a few troubleshooting techniques which may help you launch the game on PS4.
- Select Settings.
- Then select Network.
- Select Set Up Internet Connection.
- Choose Use Wi-Fi or Use a LAN Cable depending on how you are connected to the network.
- Select Custom.
- Then, select Automatic under IP Address Settings.
- Select Do Not Specify under DHCP Host Name.
- Select Manual under DNS Settings.
- Enter preferred Primary DNS as 184.108.40.206, then select Done.
- Enter preferred Secondary DNS as 220.127.116.11, then select Done.
- Select Next.
- Then, select Automatic under MTU Settings
- Select Do Not Use under Proxy Server.
- Lastly, select Test Internet Connection to verify connectivity.
This will change your servers to Google’s DNS servers and the login issue should go away. However, this fix might not work for everyone.
You can also get this error, when game servers are down. So, also make sure to check the game servers on Down Detector or the official EA website.