EA has a large number of games under its wings with some of their online features usually passing through its servers, so when a server crash occurs it can be devastating for gamers trying to access some of their EA games favorites online or even try to access their EA Account. Today there was a server outage and this issue is currently ongoing. You might be wondering how you can actually check the server status to monitor the overall situation. This article will guide you through the process of verifying the EA server status.
Checking EA Server Status
Unfortunately, there is no official EA website where you can check live up-to-date server status from servers across the company. However, there is a roundabout way to check the general server status of particular games. To do this, go to the official EA help site accessible via this link. When you are on the page, at the top section of the website, you will notice an area called “Games”. Tap on it and a drop-down menu will appear.
From there, you can then search for the game whose servers you are looking to check with the search bar. When you find the game, tap/click on it, then near the top right corner of the website, you will notice an area that says “Server Status”. If it’s green, it means the servers are fully functional and operational for that game.
If you want more detailed information about the server status, just click on the text/box, then you will get an overview of the platform and when the servers were last checked. This is a great way to check the status of the EA server. In a few minutes, it is likely that the server status will no longer show green for many games. The company will likely be working to fix the issues right now.
– This article was last updated on August 9, 2022