Recently a few FIFA 23 gamers have complained that they are unable to connect to the EA servers while trying to play the game and get the error message “Can’t connect to EA servers”. If you have encountered the same error message, it means that there is a problem with your internet connection or a problem with the game servers itself. Anyway, you can easily resolve the same issue by going through this article. 

Here we have listed a few solutions to overcome the problem of your FIFA 23 not being able to connect to EA servers quickly and effectively. Then without any delay let’s move to the reliable solution listed below. Have a look.

Fix 1: Check Server Status

Before proceeding to any solutions, you should check the game server status. You can go to the EA Twitter account and check if any server issue has been reported there or go to the EA Help page to see any server issue mentioned there.

Fix 2: Restart your PC

The first attempt to fix FIFA 23 can’t connect to EA servers issue is to restart your system. Sometimes minor glitches in your system can lead to a similar issue, and a simple restart process can help you get rid of the same.

Fix 3: Verify Game Files

Sometimes corrupted or damaged game files lead to FIFA 23 Unable to join a multiplayer game issue, and you won’t be able to play with your friends. In this scenario, you need to check your game files and then start the game. To do so, 

You can go through here to repair game files in EA/Origin.

In Steam,

  • Open Steam->Library->right-click on FIFA 23->Properties.Verify integrity of game files
  • Then choose Local Files from the left side-> click on Verify integrity of game files option.

Fix 4: Check System Date and Time

If the date and time are not set correctly in your system, you might get a Server Offline Error Connection Timed Out error message in your FIFA 23. In this case, you need to check and save the exact date, time, region and time zone. Once done, try running the game again on your system and see if the issue gets fixed or not. 

Fix 5: Update Windows

If your Windows OS is not up to date, then you will face a server offline issue in your FIFA 23. In this case, you need to update your Windows to the latest version and relaunch the game to check if the issue gets fixed or not.

Fix 6: Disable Antivirus 

Another solution you can try is to temporarily disable your antivirus program or allow the game exe file to your antivirus program. Once done, restart your system and check if the issue is still bothering you or not.

Fix 7: Run Network Troubleshooter

At times, simply running the Windows built-in Network troubleshooter will resolve the FIFA 23 Can’t Connect to EA Servers issue quickly. To do so, 

  • Open Settings-> Update & Security->Troubleshoot ->Other troubleshooters-> click on Run the troubleshooter beside the Network adapter option.
  • Once done, you might be able to connect with the game servers and can continue the gameplay. 

Fix 8: Enable Window Auto-Tuning

Sometimes enabling the Window Auto-Tuning will help you to resolve slow network connectivity in your Windows system. to do so, 

  • Open the Command Prompt window (type cmd in the search box) with administrative access. 
  • Then type the following command to enable the ‘Window Auto-Tuning’ option and press Enter

netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal

  • Once done, relaunch the game to see the changes that helped your or not. 

Fix 9: Disable Manual Proxy

At times, disabling Manual Proxy will help you escape from the FIFA 23 can’t connect to the servers issue. To do so, 

  • Open Settings-> select Network & Internet-> Proxy-> make sure Manual Proxy setup is disabled.
  • Finally, relaunch the game and check whether the connectivity issue get resolved or not. 

Fix 10: Run the Commands

In most cases running the below commands will help you get rid of the same issue. To do so, 

  • Open the Command Prompt window (type cmd in the search box) with administrative access. 
  • Then type the below-given commands one by one and press Enter key, 

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /renew

netsh winsock reset

netsh int ip reset

netsh interface ipv4 reset

netsh interface ipv6 reset

netsh interface tcp reset

  • Once done, you can restart the system and launch the game to see the result. 

Fix 11: Reconnect your Wi-Fi Connection

If the FIFA 23 server connectivity issue persists, you should reconnect your Wi-Fi connection, re-enter the password and see if the issue gets resolved or not.

Fix 12: Switch to Another Connection

If there is an issue with your Wi-Fi network, you should consider connecting your system to an Ethernet connection and try playing online with your friends again.

These are all about the FIFA 23 Can’t Connect To EA Servers/ Server Offline/ Multiplayer & Connectivity Issue PC and its fixes. If you have any concerns related to the information given above, then you can list your doubts in the command box below.