FIFA 23: SSL Connect Error Fix Guide in 4 Steps

If you encounter an SSL connect error while playing FIFA 23, it can be frustrating and prevent you from enjoying the game.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to fix the SSL connect error in FIFA 23:

Step 1: Check your internet connection

Before trying to fix the SSL connect error, make sure your internet connection is working properly. Ensure that your Wi-Fi is turned on and connected to a stable network. If you’re using a wired connection, verify that your Ethernet cable is securely plugged into your computer and the device it connects to.

Step 2: Clear your cache and cookies

Clearing your cache and cookies on your web browser can help resolve any issues with corrupted files or incorrect information causing the SSL connect error. To do this, open your web browser (Chrome), click on the three dots in the top-right corner, go to "Settings," then "Privacy and Security," and click on "Clear browsing data." Select "All time" for the time range, check the boxes next to "Cookies and other site data" and "Cached images and files," and click "Clear data."

Step 3: Run a virus scan

A malware or virus infection can also cause SSL connect errors in FIFA 23. Run a full system virus scan using your antivirus software to detect and remove any threats that might be causing the issue.

Step 4: Update graphics driver and reinstall FIFA 23

An outdated graphics driver can cause compatibility issues with FIFA 23, leading to SSL connect errors. Update your graphics driver by visiting the manufacturer’s website and downloading the latest driver software. After installing the updated driver, restart your computer. If none of these steps work, you may need to uninstall FIFA 23 and reinstall it.