How to Fix Connection Error on Fall Guys

Can’t figure out why you keep seeing a connection error on Fall Guys?

Fall Guys is a surprise viral hit of 2020, and even its developers did not anticipate that the game would receive a warm welcome from the gaming community. While this is a good thing, the game servers were not prepared to receive that amount of traffic. 

Due to this, many players experience connection issues once the servers struggle to handle the volume of users.

When this issue occurs, you won’t be able to join a match queue, or you’ll get disconnected from the game, which can be annoying, especially if you’re winning. Although this problem is server-related, there are a few workarounds that you can do to alleviate the situation.

If you’re among these users, we got your back. 

In this guide, we’ve decided to list down the best solutions for fixing the connection error on Fall Guys. 

Let’s jump right in!

1. Check Fall Guys’ Status. 

If you experience connection issues on Fall Guys, you should first check the game’s current status. Since the connection error is mostly server-related, it’s likely that Fall Guys’ servers are not working correctly or offline. 

To check the game’s status, you can visit Fall Guys’ Public Issue Tracker, where you can check reported, confirmed, and solved problems of the game.

Fall Guys Status

Unfortunately, there’s nothing you can do if Fall Guys’ servers are down since most server-related issues can’t be addressed on your end. However, you can proceed to the next solution below if there are no reported issues on the servers. 

2. Check Your Network Connection. 

Since Fall Guys’ servers slow down when there are many players online, it would help if your network is running optimally. This allows you to maintain a stable connection with Fall Guys’ servers and lessen the occurrence of connection errors. 

To check if your network is running correctly, run a test using to measure its current speed. 

Test Network Connection

Restart your modem if the test indicates that the issue is with your network to re-establish the connection with your service provider. Unplug your router from the wall outlet and wait for 5 to 10 seconds before reconnecting it. 

Restart Modem or Router

Perform another test afterward to check if the problem is solved. If not, get in touch with your ISP and ask them to fix their service. 

3. Use A Wired Connection. 

Compared to a wired connection, Wi-Fi is much more unstable, which can be a problem if you’re playing online games. Given the situation of Fall Guys’ servers, connecting to a wireless network would worsen the game’s current status. 

In this case, we suggest that you use a wired connection when playing Fall Guys to get the best performance from your network. Once the server situation of Fall Guys gets sorted out, you can switch to any connection you want. 

4. Update Your Network Drivers. 

Your network drivers could be outdated or broken, which causes connectivity issues on your system. If you encounter network-related problems outside of Fall Guys, try updating your network drivers to address the issue. 

Check out the guide below to update your network drivers on Windows: 

  1. First, access the Quick Menu on your computer by pressing the Windows + X keys
  2. After that, click on Device Manager
  3. Now, expand the Network Adapters tab and right-click on your network controller. 
  4. Lastly, choose Update Driver and follow the prompts to install the update. 
connection error on Fall Guys

Restart your system afterward and go back to Fall Guys to check if the problem is solved. 

5. Change Your DNS. 

DNS is one of the backbones of the internet, and without it, you cannot connect to websites and servers. If you encounter the connection error on Fall Guys, your ISP’s default DNS could be experiencing technical issues at the moment. 

To fix this, switch to a third-party DNS in the meantime like Google’s DNS or OpenDNS. See the steps below to change your DNS configuration on Windows: 

  1. On your computer, right-click on the Network icon on your System Tray and choose Open Network & Internet Settings
  2. After that, click on Change Adapter Options
  3. Now, right-click on your network and access Properties
  4. Inside Properties, double-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  5. Next, enable the ‘Use the Following DNS’ option and input the following: 
  • Preferred DNS:
  • Alternate DNS:
  1. Finally, save the changes and restart your computer. 
connection error on Fall Guys

Play a few matches afterward to check if you would still encounter the connection error on Fall Guys. 

6. Close Unnecessary Programs. 

When Fall Guys’ servers are not working correctly, you’d want to have all your bandwidth dedicated to the game. In this case, we recommend closing unused programs on your computer to avoid unnecessary bandwidth consumption. 

See the steps below to stop background apps from running on Windows: 

  1. Press the CTRL + ALT + DEL keys on your keyboard and click on Task Manager
  2. Next, go to Processes and click on the Network tab. This should put the bandwidth hogging apps at the top of the list. 
  3. Finally, select the applications you’re not using and close them. 
Windows Task Manager

Go back to Fall Guys and see if the situation improved. 

7. Report the Issue to Fall Guys. 

If none of the solutions above worked for you, it’s time that you let the experts take over. 

Go to Fall Guys’ Help Center and contact their team to report the connection error on the game. Provide all the necessary details on your report, including your account information, your service provider, and the screenshot of the error to speed up the process. 

connection error on Fall Guys

You can also browse the guides on their page and see if you can find alternative solutions. 

This ends our guide for fixing the connection error on Fall Guys. If you have any questions in mind, please let us know in the comment section, and we’ll do our best to respond as soon as possible.

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  • John Sixto

    John is a staff writer at Saint and comes from a SAP ABAP development background. He has a Bachelors in IT and has been writing since 2018, with over 500 posts published. He loves to build PCs and has a deep curiosity in understanding how different components and configurations work. John spends hundreds of hours at a time, researching and testing the software and apps, before he proceeds to write about it. LinkedIn X (Twitter) Website

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