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Ah, families. They can be pain in the backside at the best of times. Sometimes, it’s best to unwind, kick back, and fire up some PUBG. Except that’s got an issue with families too. Those in search of chicken dinners may have recently come across a ‘Family Sharing Account Cannot Connect’ issue on PUBG. Even worse, there’s doesn’t appear to be a conventional fix for it (yet).
PUBG Family Sharing Account Cannot Connect: What is the Issue?
PUBG users are logging onto PUBG and being met by Family Sharing Account Cannot Connect error messages. At first glance, this may seem to stem from the February decision to stop family sharing on accounts in an effort to combat cheaters. However, it appears that many suffering with the issue have never used a family sharing account. In fact, it is a wrongly-submitted error code that pops up because you cannot connect to servers. In all likelihood, the thought lays at the door of the developmental team, and not your ISP.
PUBG Family Sharing Account Cannot Connect: Family Sharing Not in Use
The Reddit and Steam forums are plagued with players claiming that this is the first time they’ve ever seen this issue. If you have never seen the family sharing error message before in your life then, don’t worry, you’re not alone. There are many other players with the same issue and, for now, you’re going to have to pull off a pretty straightforward fix.
PUBG Family Sharing Account Cannot Connect: How to Fix
Unfortunately, as PUBG has not responded to issues surrounding the Family Sharing Account Cannot Connect error message, your next best bet is to restart PUBG as many times as possible until the game straightens itself out. Failing that, returning and trying again after a few hours is another viable alternative. Yes, it’s frustrating but, for now, it’s as good as it gets without receiving official word from PUBG Corp.