As many players prepare to upgrade to the Battlefield 2042 beta, a number of issues will need to be addressed. Many players are currently hit by an “Unknown Error” message when trying to load into a match. The error message itself does not provide much detail.
DICE and EA are aware of this problem and are currently working on it, but it seems to be a fairly simple matchmaking problem.
If you’re trying to play a bet after it just started on October 6, then there’s a chance that so many people will try to log in that the servers are having trouble. This is a common occurrence in modern bets, which are largely designed as a way to test the game’s networking capabilities over any other feature.
Some players reported luck by simply repeating their attempts to start the match over and over again. It seems to mean that you will be lucky in the end and get into the match. For those who are willing to sit at a computer and send out a connect button, this is a potential solution.
The only thing we can recommend here is patience. Eventually, EA and DICE will solve the problems and you will have access to the game. If you’re watching everyone else play games, but you’re still having trouble, restart your console and reset your Internet connection to make sure none of them are causing the problem. Finally, if you have a persistent problem, be sure to report it EA Help.