Why does my apex keep crashing

Apex connection problems

Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale video game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts, released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Is it down? Do you have problems, bugs or errors? Check the status or Report problems here.

@TenYashaLOL I found this information in an EA forum of Apex Legends, it seems that it is a problem of the program with which you control the rgb of the ram memories of the pc, try to follow the steps of this image and you should go well tenya, I hope it helps. https://t.co/1ZkpqFd07P

@xM4tT_ @raulpm_ Also because games like valorant, apex, lol, are more visually attractive games for the viewers, while rainbow is a game that can be very slow to watch, and can get to bore people.

@befinisher hello!i have switched from a suunto 9 to the coros apex pro.although i win maps…i miss features like ghost runner,training load,fatigue,fitness level…on the coros it is running specific.

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@DogtorFirulais if you look at the video, you get red symbols at the top right:find out if the “prediction error” problem is the server’s responsibility or if it’s yours.Have you tried playing at lower resolution?

I have the same problem, except I don’t get those red symbols…. I seem to have solved it by switching to Virgina’s servers, and if that doesn’t fix it, there is a thread called Connection Guide – Apex Legends, where they talk about an application called (UOTrace), and you can see if you have connectivity problems with the servers and where.

From what I saw in the traces that you sent there were many “unknown host”, which can lead to problems that your connection does not connect with the servers when making the program and therefore then you could have prediction problems. If you have followed all the steps in the connection guide then perhaps the best thing to do would be to contact Technical Support.

@DogtorFirulais Sorry it took me a while to reply, but I have been out of the office for a few days.you can contact Technical Support by phone or chat.what do you mean when you say that you have some files like videoconfig or autoexec modified? are they not directly the files in the Nvidia panel?on the other hand, I think once a user had a similar problem and it seemed that more than the Apex configuration with Nvidia it was the Origin configuration.do you know if you have Origin enabled in the game or some Origin notifications?best regards

Problems with apex legends today

When the industry drops one toy to focus on the next, for example abandoning Titanfall in favor of Apex Legends, chances are that fans of the first one will end up scalded. What we didn’t expect was that they would go so far as to hack another game to get our attention.

It asks for the collaboration of the players to alert EA and Respawn of the situation in which Titanfall for PC is. A game that, despite still being on sale, seems to have been abandoned to its fate in a spiral of server errors and cheats that make your games an unplayable experience.

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Apex Legends is a popular first-person shooter video game developed primarily by Respawn Entertainment and published by industry giant Electronic Arts. The game is free-to-play and, after its initial release in early 2019 on consoles and the Origin platform operated by Electronic Arts, came to Steam in late 2020.

While it generally has a reputation for being a well-optimized game that runs on a wide range of hardware, Apex Legends, like all games, can crash and you may struggle to get stable high frame rates. This article will give you some ideas you can try to fix those problems.

If you are having performance problems, the first thing you should do is check the minimum system requirements of the game. If you are looking for high competitive FPS, you may find yourself cutting corners on even decent hardware.

While the game requires a measly GeForce GT 640 to run, you really can’t expect good performance from this hardware, especially in a competitive shooter. Lowering the graphics settings is always the answer to hardware-caused frame rate problems.