Apex Legends Problem Processing Game Logic Error

Apex Legends ‘Problem Processing Game Logic’ Error Fix

The Apex Legends “Problem Processing Game Logic” error message is impacting many players at the moment. Specifically, a black pop-up box in the lower-left corner says that “There was a problem processing game logic. Please try again.” Multiple users on the Apex Legends Reddit have reported the issue and can’t get into the game for the start of Season 17. Here’s what you can do right now to fix this bug in Apex Legends.

How to fix Apex Legends ‘Problem Processing Game Logic’ error glitch

Currently, the only way to fix the Apex Legends “Problem Processing Game Logic” error is to wait for Respawn Entertainment to repair the problem.

Luckily, the developer is already aware of the problem, as noted in a tweet from its official account on Twitter, and it promises that there will be an update that will fix the problem “within the hour.”

However, we have no idea when that will be and how this patch will be rolled out for PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4. There are even some reports that this update for Season 17 (which is about 10 GB on Steam) isn’t for some reason not available on some PlayStation platforms, particularly the PS4.

In addition, Apex Legends Status on Twitter reports in another tweet that playlists have also not been updated yet, which is resulting in errors when starting the game. That said, it says that this problem “should be fixed soon due to the nature of the issue.” Once again, you’ll have to wait for the update to fully resolve on the game’s servers for your chosen platform before Apex Legends actually works properly.

In the meantime, as Respawn and EA fixes all these errors, we recommend heading to the Apex Legends patch notes for Arsenal. It provides some info on the new legend Ballistic, an update for the World’s Edge Map, and more.

For more guides on Apex Legends, here’s if the game supports 120 FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, and if Apex Legends Mobile has already shut down.

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