Battlefield 1 ‘error code 32504’ or ‘server not working’ on Xbox

Battlefield 2042 is the latest installment in Electronic Arts’ tactical FPS series. However, Battlefield 1 (its predecessor) still maintains a strong active player base to this day.

It seems that the sheer number of issues in Battlefield 2042 has caused many players to stay or return to Battlefield 1 for a better experience.

However, many Battlefield 1 players on Xbox consoles have been facing server issues for a few hours now.

According to multiple reports, there is an “error code 32504” or “server not working” error that is preventing Battlefield 1 players from accessing all matches (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).

Battlefield 1 ‘error code 32504’ or ‘server not working’ on Xbox

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The issue in question is causing many Battlefield 1 players to only receive “error code 32504” or “server not working” messages when trying to find matches through the matchmaking system.

Server issues

No matter the filters, I can’t join any game. Whether I’m browsing servers or operations. When I browse the servers they are all empty, and when I use slot filters even 10+ had no servers. When I try to perform operations, I encounter error code 32504. Could someone help me?
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Matchmaking will also not work on server browser

Whenever I search for a trade it says matchmaking error code 32504 and when I looked in server browser and it says 0 players are on and tried all methods to solve both problems can someone help me
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All reports related to the issue seem to come from players on Xbox consoles.

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The EA team is already aware

An EA Community Manager confirms that the issue has already been escalated to the development team. However, there are still no details on an ETA for a fix that will bring everything back to normal.

Good morning!

We have passed this on to our teams and they are taking a look at it, as soon as we have an update we will let you know.

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We will update this story as events unfold in the future or once the servers become available again.

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