Star Wars Battlefront 2 is officially launched. Many players are enjoying new maps, but some are stuck because of various technical issues and features not working as intended. Unfortunately, there are a lot of error codes, problems, crashes, lags in Star Wars Battlefront 2 , and we’re going to list some of the more common and egregious ones, as well as any known workarounds for them.
Can’t start up SW Battlefront 2 – Missing DLL: [mfplat.dll] Errpor: 0x7e.This error is related to the version of windows and a media pack should fix it – check out support.microsoft.com.
Battlefront 2 Black Screen BugA lot of players reported Black Screen bug when loading and while equipping items. The first answer is update your drivers, but you can also try enabling DX12 in the advanced Video options menu then restart the game for this change to apply. Also, turning off the 4K UI in the graphics options will fixed it.
Error Code 770 in Battlefront 2This error basically means that you’re having problems connecting to EA’s servers. Unfortunately, there’s not much you can do with this. It might just be that the servers are overloaded right now.
Error Code 2495 – don’t getting items when opening cratesThis error affects all packs, and until now there is no official solution.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta crashing on PCMost of the crash reports seem to be tied to turning on the DirectX 12 rendered in the game’s settings. In order to solve this problem you’ll have to change an .ini file. Go to C:\Users\your-username\Documents\STAR WARS Battlefront II Multiplayer Beta\settings\. Backup the files before changing anything. Open the boot options or profile options file, and look for a line that says “GstRender.EnableDx12 1” (without the quote marks). Change the value from one to zero and save the file. You should now be able to run the game without a hitch.
Game freezing and crashingIf you have this problem on PC you can try these fixes:
Move the “STAR WARS Battlefront II” folder from “C:\Users\UserName\Documents\STAR WARS Battlefront II”, to the desktop.
1.Completely log out and close down Origin
2.Hold down the Windows key and R
3.Type in “%ProgramData%” (without quotes) and click OK
4.Now open the Origin folder.
5.Delete all the files and folders in the Origin folder, except for LocalContent (do not delete this one)
6.Hold down the Windows key and R
7.Type in “%AppData%” (without quotes) and click OK
8.This will take you to a Roaming folder, which is located inside of AppData. Delete the Origin folder
9.Click on the word “AppData” at the top of your window
10.Open the Local folder here
11.Delete the Origin folder listed here
12.Restart your PC and log back into Origin
Disabled Ambient Occlusion in game Video settings and reduce anti-aliasing
Modify your virtual memory assigned to Windows
- Click Start, then click Control Panel.
- Double-click System and Maintenance, then click System.
- In the left hand menu, click Advanced system settings. If you are prompted for an administrator password, type the password.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Under Performance, click Settings.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Under Virtual memory, click Change.
- Uncheck the "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" check box.
- Under Drive [Volume Label], click the drive that contains the paging file you want to change.
- Click Customize size.
- Change the Initial Size and Maximum size text boxes (these sizes are in megabytes).
- Click Set, then click OK.