Star Wars Battlefront 2's Error Code 1066 is one issue that players have been dealing with since early in the first-person shooter's lifespan.
If you've sat down for a session of Star Wars Battlefront 2 but are unable to find matches, you're likely encountering Error Code 1066. But what does it mean and is there a fix?
Publisher EA describes Battlefront 2's Error Code 1066 as follows: "error 1,066 means that your matchmaking has timed out, which can be caused by connectivity issues (more common) or missing update files - you won't be able to play if your version of the game is old."
Star Wars Battlefront 2 Error Code 1066
Despite Star Wars Battlefront II's Error Code 1066 being around for years, there doesn't seem to be a go-to fix for it, since it's largely pinned down to issues with individual PCs.
Nonetheless, the one fix that seems to have worked repeatedly involves reinstalling the game and restarting your computer. It's also worth trying to run both Origin and Battlefront II as admin after doing so.
Other potential fixes you could try, albeit ones that have proven to be more unreliable, are switching from wi-fi to a wired internet connection and changing your default server location on the EA Account settings screen.
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