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How to fix SSL connection error in FIFA 23 for PS4 and PS5

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FIFA 23 is probably the best choice for playing football simulation. Although there are many complaints about the game, much of it is done right. However, a recent bug has created some problems in the FIFA community.

A new SSL Connect bug has eclipsed the console community. If you are reading this, then most likely you have encountered an error on your PlayStation 4 or 5 console. The error creates a white screen while playing the game, which prevents them from enjoying the game. In this guide, we will see how you can fix this error and again enjoy the game.

How to Fix FIFA 23 SSL Connection Error for PS4 and PS5

An SSL connection error occurs when there is a bad connection between the PlayStation and the Electronic Arts Origin account. If you encounter this error, there is a high possibility that you have a broken connection between two accounts. You need to connect or reconnect your console account to Origin.

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Here are some simple steps to fix the error in FIFA 23:

  • Visit the official EA website and click on the profile icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Click on the login icon. Enter your PlayStation ID username and password.
  • A message will appear on the website to link your Origin account to your PlayStation account.
  • Add a connection.

Now go to your account settings and go to the “Logins” section, you will notice that the new PlayStation login is displayed. This means that we have successfully connected two accounts and this should fix the error in FIFA 23. However, if you are still experiencing the issue, we recommend that you contact EA Support immediately.

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