Error code 9999 in Warhammer 40K: Darktide can cause performance issues and connection errors. If you want to fix it, you can try the steps outlined in this guide.
How to Fix Error Code 9999
To fix error code 9999, you can try the following:
- Check the game server status. If there are too many players trying to connect, the server may be overloaded, causing error code 9999. Check the server status to see if this is the case, and try again later if necessary.
- Verify the integrity of the game files. Sometimes, the game files can become damaged or missing, which can cause errors like 9999. To check the integrity of the game files, go to the Steam library and right-click on the game. Choose ‘Properties’ and then ‘Local Files.’ Click on ‘Verify Integrity of Game Files’ and wait for the process to complete. Restart the game after it finishes.
- Restart your router. Restarting your internet connection can sometimes help fix error code 9999. To do this, turn off your PC and router for at least five minutes. This will delete the cache and refresh the connection. After the internet is restored, check the integrity of the game files again and try to connect when you start the game.
If you continue to experience error code 9999 in Warhammer 40K: Darktide, you can contact support for assistance.