Star Wars Battlefront 2 Currently available for Free on the Epic Games Store, But you might have trouble playing anything other than single player modes. Players noticed error codes 623, 918, and 721, all of which indicate the same problem – no connection to EA servers.
EA is working on the issue, as explained by the EA Help Twitter account: “An incredible number of players joined us during the free week of EpicGames, and we’re working on expanding new servers to welcome you all to Battlefront.”
Are you seeing error message 623 or 918 in #StarWarsBattlefrontII? Wait well, we’re on! An incredible number of players have joined us during the free week of the EpicGames Store, and we’re expanding our new servers to welcome you all to Battlefront.January 15, 2021
although A subsequent tweet indicated that the issue was fixedThat said, “We are pleased to report an issue affecting the capacity of the #StarWarsBattlefrontII server and has been resolved,” players in the responses still see the same errors. I just lit it on, and couldn’t connect either.
Perhaps it wouldn’t help if Battlefront 2 offered dual XP weekends, attracting existing players as well as new players. Plus, who can resist the chance to blow up some of the noobs you’re trying to try for the first time?
At least you can still play the single player campaign, which is good, I guess? Some of the goals of “Defending Someone Until That Fill This Blue Bar” swing a little, and it’s another Star Wars game that gives you the lightsaber and then expects you to have fun killing space bugs with it, but it’s hard to argue with the price.
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