Solved: PUBG Servers Are Too Busy

To fix when PUBG servers are too busy, you can reconnect, check for updates, reset your modem, or, during server maintenance, please try again later.

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS PUBG servers are too busy, please try again later error message as seen with the reconnect button.

Reconnect

When PUBG servers are down, there’s a button to reconnect on the load screen. Tap or select the Reconnect button when you get the “Servers are too busy, please try again later” error on your screen.

If you already clicked the Reconnect button and still can’t access the game then disconnect and reconnect to the internet and try the button again.

Check For Updates

PUBG usually sends out updates on Tuesdays into Wednesdays. Check for updates during this time and install and wait for the installation to complete before trying to play PUBG. You can check their official Twitter account for scheduled updates.

Reset Your Modem

A poor internet connection can cause server errors when trying to connect to PUBG. Turn off your modem for 10 seconds and turn it on again to verify that the connection problem is not due to your internet.

Server Maintenance

During server maintenance, there is nothing that you can do but wait and try to connect to the PUBG servers later. Again, you can follow or check PUBG’s official Twitter page for notifications.

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