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How to fix Apex Legends error code 110

It won't let you get in.

Apex Legends might be one of the best battle royale games out there, but its players still encounter different errors occasionally. One of them is error code 110, which prevents players from entering the lobby. If you’re one of those players getting this problem, continue reading as we’re going to discuss how to fix Apex Legends error code 110.

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How to fix error code 110 in Apex Legends

Before proceeding further, it is important to note that PlayStation users might get this error if the PSN servers are down. Therefore, before panicking, make sure to check the status of PSN. If something is wrong with the servers, you need to sit back and wait for the developers to fix it. But if PSN servers are up and running, feel free to proceed with the methods mentioned below.

Restart the console

In some cases, the error might be caused due to a bug. While major bugs don’t go away that easily, minor bugs can be fixed through a simple restart. But if a restart is not fixing the issue, try power cycling your console. To do this, turn it off, remove its power cable, wait for a minute, and then plug it back in.

Power cycle your router

As Apex Legends error code 110 is linked to network issues, EA suggests you power cycle your router. To do this, turn off your router by pressing the power button and remove its cable from the power outlet. Then, leave it unplugged for around 30 seconds before turning it on again.

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Use a wired connection

A wired connection is always better than a wireless connection. While Wi-Fi keeps the overall setup clean, a wired connection is more stable and has fewer issues. Therefore, if you’re constantly getting the error, we suggest you use an Ethernet cable to connect your device to the internet.

Contact Support

If all else fails, you can try to contact the Apex Legends support team to see if they can help with the situation.

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