Roblox Error 529 Explained


Millions of people all around the world play Roblox, but sometimes they will have difficulty logging on to the service. They can receive many different error codes, but the Roblox Error 529 can be a widespread issue for players sometimes. In this guide, we will explain why.

Roblox Error 529 Explained

There are a couple of variations of the Roblox error 529 code:

  • An HTTP error has occurred. Please close the client and try again. (Error Code: 529)
  • We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. (Error Code: 529)

This error code is likely to occur when you are attempting to log on to the game, or you might even get kicked out of a game and then receive the error code. The bad news is that an HTTP error means that information failed to send from the server you are trying to connect to, so in effect, no live connection can be maintained between then client you are using (be it the web client or the desktop).

Unfortunately, there is nothing that you can do from your end to fix this error; it is down to the service end to fix the issue, as the problem is with their servers. While you can certainly try to restart the client you are using, and establish a new connection, that is unlikely to solve the problem.

One of the more annoying aspects of the issue is that is can affect only some users, while others can log on just fine. This is more than likely down to the fact that whatever servers they are routed to are unaffected by the issue.

As such, if you get the Roblox Error 529, don’t despair, have some patience and the developers will no doubt have a fix applied as soon as they can.