Star Wars Battlefront 2 error code 918 is appearing for players across PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The error message of “EA Account is restricted” is especially alarming, causing some users to believe that they have received a ban. Thankfully, there is a Battlefront 2 error code 918 fix.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 error code 918 fix
To fix the Star Wars Battlefront 2 error, players will want to:
- Close the game down fully.
- Reboot the game.
- Try to sign in again.
- Repeat the process until you log into the game successfully.
The above steps are all a player can do to try and get back into the game. Despite the error message claiming that the EA Account is “restricted,” this will not be the case for most.
With Star Wars Battlefront 2 receiving more attention due to its current free status as the Epic Games Store free title, as well as other moments of popularity when new Star Wars movies or TV shows release, it’s almost expected that there will be a boom of errors being reported.
Try to remain calm when being told that the account is “restricted” and continue login attempts until successful.
If after multiple tries the game still refuses to work, it’s sometimes a good idea to monitor the EA Star Wars Twitter account for any updates or explanations for unexpected downtime.
Here’s the hoping the problem is resolved soon, as there’s a star war to win!
For those that missed the good news, Battlefront 2 is the latest free game featured on the Epic Games Store. It’s available for PC players to claim until January 21.
Another Star Wars Battlefront 2 bug has been plaguing players across PC and console. Here’s how to fix error 623.
Once the bugs have been squashed, there’s another pesky issue that can affect unlucky players. Here’s the fix for the “optimizing shaders” crash.