The Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta kicked off today for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Players who preordered the game before September 30 can dive in today, but some players have reported issues downloading the beta, so we’ve put together a helpful article to assist in downloading the game, and resolving any errors that you might run into while downloading the game.

How to Fix Battlefront 2 Download Issues

If you’re having an issue downloading Star Wars Battlefront 2, then chances are you might not have been able to dive into the beta and start playing it just yet. For many, they haven’t spotted the game in their library, and haven’t been able to download it because of this. Take a look at the information we’ve provided below, where you’ll be able to find out how to download the beta and get started playing the Battlefront 2 beta.

PC

Login to your Origin account and redeem the game code.

Next, open the Origin application and wait for the app to load up.

Now, head to your Game Library.

Find Star Wars Battlefront 2 Beta inside your Game Library.

Click on it and download the title.

PlayStation 4

First you’re going to need to redeem your PlayStation 4 code for Star Wars Battlefront 2.

Once the code is redeemed, launch the PlayStation Store and find the Search option.

Click on Search and enter Star Wars Battlefront 2 Beta into the bar.

Wait for the search results to load and then click the Beta Client option in the results to purchase it. You won’t be charged for the download.

Wait for the download to complete, then launch the game and enjoy.

Xbox One

Redeem your Xbox One code for Star Wars Battlefront 2.

Log in to the Xbox Store and head to the My Games and Apps area.

Find Star Wars Battlefront 2 in the Read to Install section of your My Games and Apps.

Choose the beta from the list and download it.

Now that you know how to download the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta, let’s talk about some of the “issues” that players have reported. Many users have reported slow downloads coming from the game download. Unfortunately, this doesn’t really have anything to do with the game itself, and is instead an issue with the service provider, as well as the customer’s internet service—most likely having issues together in tandem. Simply be patient, walk away from the computer or TV, and just give the download time to finish. It will be worth it, we promise.

For more help be sure to check out our Star Wars Battlefront 2 Starfighter Assault tips, or find out when the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta ends so you know how long you have to play. Any other issues with Battlefront 2 can usually be resolved by either reinstalling the Origin game client, or by simply restarting your PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC.