Players with access to the closed Beta have been enjoying the experience of playing Escape From Tarkov. But occasionally, those same players are running into problems. The issue we'll be examining today is the Escape From Tarkov Error 232, which, when it appears, prevents players from accessing the game. We'll take a look at what this error is, what causes it, and what you can do if it happens to you.
How To Fix Escape From Tarkov Error 232
Happily, even if you do get hit by error 232, there is a relatively straightforward solution. Follow these steps, and you should be able to get back into the game as soon as possible:
- Exit the game
- Relaunch the game launcher
- Update the game to the latest version
This should remedy the issue for everyone. But if, for some reason, you are still experiencing the same error after following these steps, what then? We'd recommend checking the official Twitter feed @bstategames to look for any official updates, in case there is an underlying issue. You can also contact the Escape From Tarkov team for additional support via their website. But what exactly is error 232, and why does this remedy work?
What Is Error 232?
Escape From Tarkov error 232 tends to happen when the developers have updated the game. This then means that some players are then tryig to access the game whithout having the right version installed. It is this mismatch between game versions which leads to error 232. In most cases, it will be an issue with the player needing to perform an update.
Occasionally though, the error might crop up if an update has been released that itself requires patching. In these instances, there isn't a whole lot players can do, except to wait until the issue has been resolved by the developers.
The great news is that as frustrating as it is to get an error, it is a really simple one to fix. No head scratching required for this one. Just get the update done, and you'll be back in the thick of the action in no time.