How to fix Sea of Thieves Lavenderbeard error

Most online games like Sea of Thieves have errors that crop up from time to time, and usually, like the Lavenderbeard error, they're fairly easy to fix. As a pirate and seafaring MMO, Sea of Thieves is no stranger to errors. In fact, it's got more than its fair share around any update, new content release, or announcement that drives more players into its seas. Some of these can be caused by issues on the server side that aren't fixable by any player, but others are very easy to address. Thankfully, the Lavenderbeard error falls into the latter of these two categories. How to fix the Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves Image via Microsoft The only way to fix the Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves is to restart the game and attempt to connect to the servers again. This is a server connection error, so you need to trigger the connection to start again if you want to get around it. There are a few ways you can do this. First, just try to reconnect to the server. this game be done in-game without restarting your device. If that doesn't work, you'll need to quit the game entirely before launching it again and trying to reconnect. If that still doesn't get you into Sea of Thieves, try shutting down the device you're playing on. Then, once you've rebooted it, launch the game and see if you're able to get into it now. A full system restart should clear out any gremlins in the system, so if this fix doesn't work, you might have to wait for a server-side issue to be fixed. However, if you're playing on a PC, you may be having issues because your software is blocking the game. Open your Windows menu and search for your Firewall settings. Then, once you've found them, make sure Sea of Thieves is't being treated as suspicious or having its connections blocked. Any update could cause this to happen, so it's always worth checking to see if something silly like this is preventing you from playing on PC. What is the Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves? Image via Rare The Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves is caused by a disconnect between the game and its servers. If this is on your side, the player's side, then you should be able to fix it using the methods outlined above. If, however, you can't, the error is almost certainly on the server's side. You can check if an error or general issue in Sea of Thieves is known by seeing if it's been discussed on the game's Twitter account. This is where the development team posts about all known issues, so you'll see information about server outages here before too long if they're widespread. If you do see an issue being discussed, you'll need to wait until it's fixed before you can play. The post How to fix Sea of Thieves Lavenderbeard error appeared first on Destructoid.

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How to fix Sea of Thieves Lavenderbeard error

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Most online games like Sea of Thieves have errors that crop up from time to time, and usually, like the Lavenderbeard error, they're fairly easy to fix.

As a pirate and seafaring MMO, Sea of Thieves is no stranger to errors. In fact, it's got more than its fair share around any update, new content release, or announcement that drives more players into its seas. Some of these can be caused by issues on the server side that aren't fixable by any player, but others are very easy to address. Thankfully, the Lavenderbeard error falls into the latter of these two categories.

How to fix the Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves

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Image via Microsoft

The only way to fix the Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves is to restart the game and attempt to connect to the servers again. This is a server connection error, so you need to trigger the connection to start again if you want to get around it.

There are a few ways you can do this. First, just try to reconnect to the server. this game be done in-game without restarting your device. If that doesn't work, you'll need to quit the game entirely before launching it again and trying to reconnect.

If that still doesn't get you into Sea of Thieves, try shutting down the device you're playing on. Then, once you've rebooted it, launch the game and see if you're able to get into it now. A full system restart should clear out any gremlins in the system, so if this fix doesn't work, you might have to wait for a server-side issue to be fixed.

However, if you're playing on a PC, you may be having issues because your software is blocking the game. Open your Windows menu and search for your Firewall settings. Then, once you've found them, make sure Sea of Thieves is't being treated as suspicious or having its connections blocked. Any update could cause this to happen, so it's always worth checking to see if something silly like this is preventing you from playing on PC.

What is the Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves?

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Image via Rare

The Lavenderbeard error in Sea of Thieves is caused by a disconnect between the game and its servers. If this is on your side, the player's side, then you should be able to fix it using the methods outlined above. If, however, you can't, the error is almost certainly on the server's side.

You can check if an error or general issue in Sea of Thieves is known by seeing if it's been discussed on the game's Twitter account. This is where the development team posts about all known issues, so you'll see information about server outages here before too long if they're widespread. If you do see an issue being discussed, you'll need to wait until it's fixed before you can play.

The post How to fix Sea of Thieves Lavenderbeard error appeared first on Destructoid.

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