How To Fix Apex Legends Error Code: Shoe

Here's an explanation of what causes error code: shoe in Apex Legends, and a short guide on how to fix it.

Error Code Shoe
Don't worry, this one is easy to fix. | © EA

We wish this was an article about Respawn making the new ranked system more forgiving, or maybe a trailer for the new Legend: Vantage. But it's not. In this article we're dealing with a gamer's natural enemy: bugs. Today's bug is a classic in Apex, it's error code: shoe, and tons of you are reporting it right now. So how can we solve error code: shoe?

What Causes Apex Legends Error Code: Shoe?

Error Code Shoe is caused by a failure to connect with one of the EA servers. Usually, this error spikes, and we see hundreds of users effected in the same few hours. So don't worry, it's "their fault" so to speak. But there are a few things that you can try on your own, and one of these could resolve this issue. Follow the steps beneath, and you should be able to force the system to reverify your account, give you a different server, and allow you into the game.

How Do You Fix Apex Legends Error Code: Shoe?

To solve Error Code Shoe you effectively need to force EA to reconnect you to a different server. To do this, follow the steps beneath, and check after each stage if you've resolved the issue:

  1. Back out to the first menu screen of Apex Legends, and then attempt to log back in.
  2. Close the application completely, and then re-open the application.
  3. Restart your console or computer and try again.
  4. Unplug your router, plug it back in after 15 seconds, and try to log back into Apex.

If none of the above works, then you've got to wait for the servers effected to be fixed. But hopefully these methods work first.

Okay, gang, that's all there is to say about the "Error Code Shoe" error. Hopefully, you found it useful, and you can get back to enjoying your favorite Battle Royale.