Battlefield 2042 is the first game in the series to launch without a single-player campaign, focusing exclusively on the multiplayer modes.There's quite a bit of choice in terms of online play, but encountering the Unable to Load Persistence Data error can put a swift stop to all the fun.
Battlefield 2042's Unable to Load Persistence Data error has been around since the early days, affecting players that try to connect to the game's servers. It's one of those inevitable things with online games, often bringing up questions regarding what causes it and whether or not there's a fix. Read on below, where we clarify both of those aspects.
Battlefield 2042's Unable to Load Persistence Data error occurs when trying to connect to a server, rendering you unable to do so before sending you back to the main menu. It can be disheartening, especially if you encounter it during an evening when you've put time aside to play the first-person shooter.
Unfortunately, there's not much in the way of a fix for it either, since it's caused by issues on the developer's end, rather than something tied to your game client.
This has been clarified by publisher Electronic Arts and developer Dice on several occasions, including around the launch of the game's third update, when it said that "Unable to Load Persistence Data is a connection issue on our side."
What this means is that whenever you encounter Battlefield 2042's Unable to Load Persistence Data error, your best bet is to wait for the developer to address it and hope that it doesn't occur all that often.
For more help with Battlefield 2042, here's how you can get the game to show FPS and keep track of its performance.
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