EA Servers Down or Offline? 'FIFA 19', 'NHL 19' and More Experiencing Connectivity Issues

UPDATE 04/12/19: EA servers are once again experiencing connectivity problems. Players are reporting error messages that say, "You lost your connection to the EA servers." Affected games include Apex Legends, Battlefield, FIFA, Madden and the Origin gaming service. EA acknowledged the issue on Twitter and is actively investigating the problem. The issues first surfaced around 2:10 p.m. ET. As more is learned about what is happening with EA servers and when they will go back online, we'll be sure to provide updates.

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Is FIFA 19 down or offline for you? Are you having trouble logging on to EA's servers? You aren't alone. EA's servers have been experiencing issues since around 8:15 p.m. ET. DownDetector.com indicates that the majority of the problems are concentrated in Europe, South America and the United States. The company tweeted around 8:30 p.m. ET that it was aware of the connectivity issues and was actively working on a fix.

EA's server issues appear to be affecting popular games such as FIFA 19 and NHL 19. EA isn't the only game developer experiencing server issues. Rockstar's servers have been offline much of Monday, affecting Red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA V Online players.

When will EA's servers and FIFA 19 go back online?

No estimates have been given for when EA's servers will be fixed. As soon as more is learned about FIFA 19's server status, we'll be sure to update this post. In the meantime, you can check EA's server status, here.

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