Escape from Tarkov is a hardcore and realistic online first-person action RPG/Simulator with MMO features and a story-driven walkthrough. Though this game is talked about a lot by gamers, it contains several errors and bugs. One of them being Escape from Tarkov error 522.
In this blog, we have talked about this error and how you could fix it.
About Escape from Tarkov
Tarkov has been sealed off by the UN and Russian military, supply chains have been disrupted, and communication with an operational command has been lost, leaving everyone to make their own decisions about what to do and how to get out of the chaotic metropolis.
The players will take on the role of one of the mercenaries who made it through the first stages of the Tarkov conflict. After selecting one of the two factions – USEC or BEAR – the player’s character begins his journey out of the city.
What is error 522 in Escape from Tarkov?
Code 522 stands for ‘Connection timed out, which occurs whenever the TCP handshake between the web server and Cloudflare fails. This handshake – which is essential for establishing a connection – becomes necessary whenever the CDN service receives a user request that requires consultation with the server.
When you open the launcher of Escape from Tarkov this message of ‘error 522’ will appear and the launcher will not open. Due to this error, you might not be able to log in.
This is a server error and the support team of Escape from Tarkov has given quick solutions to fix this error.
How to fix the error 522 in Escape from Tarkov?
Error 522 is a server-side problem. The common cause of this is web server being offline, overloading of the original server, or incorrect DNS setting.
We have given some quick-fix methods to fix this error in Escape from Tarkov:
You can simply restart the launcher and this should fix the error. It has worked for many gamers and has proved to be effective.
Make sure that you are not blocking Cloudflare IPs in .htaccess, tables, or your firewall.
If you are seeing 522 errors in certain locations only, it means you likely forgot to whitelist one of our ranges that corresponds to these locations, so double check to ensure all our IPs are whitelisted appropriately.
These methods should resolve your error. If the error persists even after following these methods, contact the helpline of Escape from Tarkov and they will assist you further.
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