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Fixed ‘Modified access to lobby detected’ in PUBG

The PUBG The “Modified access detected” error seems to be hitting a lot of players when trying to log in and play the popular battle royale game, especially on test servers. After being out for a few years, PUBG is finally released for free, so it will be extremely frustrating for any player trying to play, especially if they are trying the game for the first time. Is there any fix for this annoying “Access Modified” error in PUBG?

How to fix PUBG ‘Modified access to lobby’ error detected

PUBG modified access to lobby detected

To fix PUBG: Battlegrounds “Modified access to lobby detected”:

  • Repeatedly pressing the “reconnect” button over and over, as players have reported that the error message may disappear after a few tries.
  • Log out of PUBG completely and restart the game and/or system.
  • Otherwise, players will just need to be patient as the problem is caused by a problem with the server, so just wait for the problem to be fixed. Regular check PUBG server status as well as of the game Twitter support account to see if any issues are being reported and when they can be fixed.

This particular error message seems to mainly affect people trying to play PUBG public test server for some reason, but as stated above it’s still a matter of constantly retrying or being patient as it’s a server issue and not anything to do on the player’s part. Of course, right now, PUBG is experiencing a massive influx of players as the game has finally been released for free – like all of its competitors, like Fortnite and Apex Legends – so it’s not surprising that there are problems with the servers as they can be overloaded. Unfortunately, it will be a matter of waiting for the issues to be fixed.

The free version of PUBG: Battlegrounds is now available.

https://www.gamerevolution.com/guides/700522-pubg-modified-access-lobby-detected-error-fix-test-servers-down Fixed ‘Modified access to lobby detected’ in PUBG

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