Apex Legends stuck on loading screen: How to fix it?

Apex legends is a free to play battle-royale shooting game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by EA. The game was released back in February 2019 and has been gaining popularity since then. The game had been initially released for PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 and then after a few years it was made available to play on Mobile also.

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Today, we’re going to clear up one of the major issues that gamers face while starting the game which is “infinite loading screen”. This loading screen glitch is quite an annoying yet common issue that gamers face on almost all platforms whether it’s a PC, PS4 or Xbox. And if you are facing the same issue, then it has landed you on the right page because now we are going to discuss and provide solutions to all the issues causing the game to freeze at loading screen.

1. Game servers being down

Before going into anything else, it’s best to check that if the issue is on your end or are the game server’s down. This is one the issues which rather go unnoticed. You can check this by googling or accessing game’s social media accounts and see if other players are having the same issue at that moment.

2. Restarting the game or your PC/Console

We know it’s something obvious but still sometimes doing the simple things can fix the things for you. This can help get rid of minor glitches or bugs if present at that time. First try closing the application, waiting for a few minutes and then starting it again. If that doesn’t work for you, restart your PC. If you’re on a console, just switch it off, unplug the cord, wait for 2-3 minutes, plug it back it and you’re ready to go. If that doesn’t work for you, scroll.

3. Restarting your internet router/modem or reconnecting your WiFi

The issue can just be because of a weak or unstabe internet connection. We recommend to disconnect the network on your PC/Console and then unplugging your router. Plug it back again after a few minutes, start the game normally and check if your issue is resolved.

4. Checking the physical files of game

If you’re on a PC, head over to Steam, open your gaming library, click on “Apex legends“. From there, click on “Properties” and then navigate to “Local Files”. Lastly, click on “Verify Integrity of Game Files”. If everything seems good, open your game again and check. If you’re on PS/XBOX, consoles do this thing automatically and you can only reinstall the game to troubleshoot issues, if any. If you’re using Origin: You need to head over to “My game library” option, then right click on “Apex Legends“, and select “Repair Game“. The application will check for issues in the game as well as on your disk and may take anywhere from 10-60 minutes to complete.

5. Running the compatibility program(PC)

Before starting the game, right click on Apex Legends Game and select “Properties”. Under compatibility tab, click on “Run this program in compatibility for” and then finally choose “Windows 7”. This is one the rare issues but you should definitely try it out.

6. Try disabling your Firewall.

Click on start and then open “Firewall and network protection”. You’ll see an option reading “Allow an app through firewall”. Now, click on change settings and then tick on both public and private for Apex Legends.

Last Resort – Contact the EA Support

If any of the above fixes are not working for you, then maybe the best option for you is to contact support and raise a request containing all the details of the issue as well as what all you have tried till now. The support can try to locate the error and help you figure it out.

We hope that we have helped you fix your issue. We will keep updating if we get any other methods which works for the players on the loading screen glitch. Thanks for reading.

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