How to fix Apex Legends “No Servers Found” PC Error

Apex Legends "no server found" error

Apex Legends "no server found" error

One of the most popular Battle Royale titles in the video game space, Apex Legends, goes through millions of players each month, which can put tons of strain on the game's servers, creating several problems

These issues usually come in the form of in-game bugs, errors, and the like, and can range from minor to absolutely game-breaking, sometimes not even allowing players to get into the game.

One of these is the "No Servers Found" error, that although is strictly for PC users, still has been plaguing Apex players.

Here's how to fix the error.

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What is the "No Servers Found" PC Error in Apex Legends?

Apex Legends' "No Servers Found" error prevents players from connecting to the game's servers.

Apex Legends “no servers found” Error
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CAN'T CONNECT: The “No Servers Found” error prevents PC users from connecting

The exact reason it occurs is not pinpointed, however, it tends to appear when Apex's servers are down, or when the user has an issue with their internet or connectivity.

How to fix Apex Legends "No Servers Found" PC Error

There are several ways to go about fixing the Apex Legends "No Servers Found" PC Error.

Here is what we've found to work best.

Check Apex Legends Server Status

The first thing you can do is check Apex Legends' server status. Seeing as how the error sometimes occurs because Apex Legends' servers are struggling, it's worth going through this first.

For a full rundown on how to check Apex Legends' server status, go to our guide here.

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Check Your Internet Connection

If you checked Apex Legends server status and found that the servers are up, then the next thing up is restarting your internet connection. One of the oldest tricks in the book.

First and foremost, check if your PC is connected to the internet, if not, connect it, if so, move on to restarting your router. You can restart your router by unplugging it for 10 seconds and then plugging it back in. Once that's done, reload the game.

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Swapping to a different DNS

If you've tried all of the above and are still experiencing issues try swapping your Domain Name Server or DNS.

  • For PC, here are the steps:
    • Press WIN + R to open the control box and type in ncpa.cpl
    • Right-click your internet connection when Network Connections appear
    • Click on Properties
    • Double Click on Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4)
    • Select "Use the following DNS server addresses"
    • Type in for "Preferred DNS server" and for "Alternative DNS server"
    • Click OK and restart y our PC

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Restart your PC

Tried everything stated above and it didn't work? Try restarting your PC.

You can do the regular restart, by pressing the restart button, or you can unplug your PC for about 30 seconds to a minute. Once you've waited the time allotted, plug it back in and turn it back on.

Uninstall and Re-Install Apex Legends

If all else fails, checking Apex Legends' servers, checking your internet, swapping to a different DNS, and restarting your PC, just uninstall and re-install Apex Legends.

To do that it depends on what platform your Apex Legends game is on. For Steam, open Steam, right-click Apex Legends, go to "Manage" and click "Uninstall." For Origin, open Origin, right-click Apex Legends, and click on "Uninstall". That's it!

We hope that all of these options help you with your error.

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