Chivalry II is a hack and slash multiplayer experience that originally came out on 8th June 2021. The second addition to the series was met by a lot of enthusiasm from fans. This new installment improved upon all the systems that were set into place by its predecessor. Fans were overall very impressed by the dev’s willingness to learn and improve. The game also came with a visual overhaul that was leagues above the first game. Despite all of this, the game still has some critical flaws. Recently, PS5 players have been complaining about an issue that involves the unavailability of matchmaking in Chivarly 2.
Now, we can all relate to how frustrating it must be to not find any matches in a game. The whole point of the game is to be an online hack and slash experience, and this issue takes the online component out of that. So, today we’ve listened to the disappointed fans and made a whole list of fixes for this issue. Let’s get to it.
How to fix Chivalry 2 matchmaking unavailable on PS5 issue?
Well, to make sure that this is actually an issue and not just the fault of the servers being down, we’re gonna check Chivalry II’s server status. Just head over to their official website or Twitter and check whether the servers are actually down or not. Once you’ve confirmed the server status, we can move on to the fixes. Oh and we really shouldn’t have to say this but if the servers are down just wait for them to be up again and you’ll be fine.
Update your game
For an online game to work properly, it has to be constantly updated. Any online game that hasn’t been updated will not function properly. So, we’re gonna help you update your game. Highlight your game on the home screen of your PS5 and hit the Options button. Then click on Check for updates. Update the game if there are any available. You can also consider restarting your game if the issue persists. Continue reading if your issue hasn’t been resolved.
Switch your connection
It could be your wifi or metered connection that is causing all these issues. So, one solution for you is to switch to an ethernet cable. Just insert one end of an ethernet cable in your router and the other into your PlayStation 5. Try and run Chivalry II. It should now be functioning properly.
Hopefully, this guide has helped you fix your Chivalry II matchmaking issues. Thank you for reading! Visit Digistatement for more articles on Chivalry II