Apex Legends Server Status and Maintenance Times

Apex Legends Server Status and Maintenance Times

Here's the current Apex Legends server status, and future maintenance periods for Respawn's game.

Server are essential for a game like Apex Legends, which is constantly online at all times. The servers need to be operating for the game to be running, but there are times when Respawn will take the game offline for maintenance. In our Apex Legends server status guide, we'll be providing you with the latest information on the status of the servers, as well as outlining any upcoming maintenance periods for the game.

Apex Legends Server Status

At the time of writing, all the servers, for every single region in Apex Legends are operating as normal. We'll be keeping this section of our guide entirely up to date with the latest status of the servers for Respawn's game going forward, so as soon as the servers for Apex Legends go down, you can read about it here straight away.

Apex Legends Maintenance Times

Currently, Respawn hasn't outlined any future maintenance periods for Apex Legends. It's actually really rare that the game is taken offline for any significant maintenance, and if you head over to the official Apex Legends news feed, the last time the game was taken offline by Respawn was all the way back on March 19.

There are three more seasonal events for Apex Legends in 2019. | EA/Respawn

Typically though, online games are taken offline when a new patch has to be implemented, and Apex Legends is no exception to this rule. The reason that the game was taken offline back on March 19 was to coincide with the launch of the Season 1 Battle Pass and the new character Octane.

There was downtime before Octane was introduced to Apex Legends. | EA/Respawn

Going forward, there aren't any future planned maintenance periods for Apex Legends, as we mentioned previously. However we'll be keeping this section of the guide entirely up to date in the future, so that as soon as Respawn announces any future maintenance periods, you can be sure to read about them here straight away.

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