How to fix Apex Legends Code 100 error on Nintendo Switch

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Apex Legends might be one of the biggest games on the planet, but that doesn't mean it still doesn't experience its fair share of bugs and errors from time to time.

Now that the game is also available on the Nintendo Switch, that means even more players who could experience issues.

One of the more common issues experienced by players, especially at launch on the console, is the code 100 error.

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Typically it annoys players by sending a message when logging into the game that simple reads: "Unable to complete EA Account sign in [Code 100]. See ea.com/unable-to-connect for additional information".

In any case that, here’s how to fix the Apex Legends code 100 error on Nintendo Switch.

Apex Legends Code 100 error - Confirmed fix on Nintendo Switch

The good thing is there were some players experiencing the same issue who were able to find a fix for the code 100 error on Nintendo Switch.

As seen on the EA Answers HQ page for Apex Legends, one way this could be solved is by syncing up the time.

This means you have to sync the time on your console and your Nintendo account.

It's worked for almost all the cases that happened, as testified by other users on the page.

READ MORE: Is Apex Legends cross-progression on Nintendo Switch available?

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Apex Legends error codes list

With the game being so new to the Nintendo Switch console, new errors are expected to arise from time to time.

Although players are no strangers to the majority of errors that can occur whilst playing Apex Legends, we'll be sure to update Stealth Optional with any new issues - and their fixes - as we discover them.

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