Garena Free Fire is a battle royale game with over 100 million downloads worldwide, and if you play it, you will sometimes encounter an issue that says “network connection error” when connecting to the game. This usually means that your device cannot connect to the game servers, but there are several possible reasons for this error to appear. We have put together a list of reasons that could cause this error and how to possibly fix them.
Bad internet connection
Since Free Fire is an online game, it is essential to have a good internet connection. Make sure your internet is working properly if you encounter the network connection error. If it doesn’t work properly, reconnect to the internet after turning off mobile data or WiFi router.
Every time Free Fire releases a new update, the servers are down for maintenance for a few hours and no one can enter the game until the maintenance break is over. Every time you try to connect during this time, you will see the network connection error. So, wait for the maintenance break to end and you can play the game without any issues.
Keeping the servers online is not an easy task, so sometimes the game’s servers crash due to technical issues, which means no one can enter the game until the technical team fixes the problem. .
Incorrect date and time
Make sure you have correctly set the date and time according to the server you are trying to connect to from your device. If the time is incorrect, go to Settings > Date & time, and you can correct it manually or automatically.