There is nothing worse than not being able to play your RPG session because of some technical issues. Just frustrating and irritating all around. If you have been having problems with the Baldur’s Gate 3 joining failed error, we have some fixes for you.
This is apparently an error that’s been particularly hitting those trying to play it on PlayStation 5. The game has been launched recently, so there’s a good reason why these issues are fresh.
But still, that doesn’t mean we have to stand for it. Let’s see how to try and fix the Baldur’s Gate 3 joining failed error and get back to our RPG.
How to fix the Baldur’s Gate 3 joining failed error
At the time of writing, the best fix to address this issue is to just play Baldur’s Gate 3 offline by disabling both Cloud Sync and the Launcher. These are safe fixes as they don’t affect your gameplay in any way.
Clearly, this might not be what you want at the moment but before Larian goes around fixing it, then that’s the quickest and easiest fix you can do. You can also try using two separate instances of the game to connect to your own lobby, but that might be quite cumbersome.
Of course, there are other possible things to try as well. We would recommend checking for updates to your game and PS5 firmware as often as possible. Larian might be working hard to push an update, so you might want to be the first to download it and fix it soon.
What is the joining failed error?
This is an error that shows up saying “joining failed you’re already connected”, and it is probably not an issue with your network.
Still, if you want to be on the safe side, just be sure to reboot your router and check your network settings to be sure nothing is wrong on your side.