If in the last 12 or 18 hours you haven't been able to play Apex Legends or FIFA 20, Battlefield V or any Electronic Arts title, it's normal, because the company was hit hard by DDOS leaving you with no opportunity to leverage your resources online and. Account @EAHelp, which usually handles all errors based on distributor headers, has been the one that has warned that everything should be back to normal.
The most important part of the problem may have been using Origin, on PC, noting that they were not only able to play the titles they wanted online, but also that the platform was not directly accessible, resulting in a wave of comments that quickly reached the ears of EA.
DDOS is attacking an ongoing problem in online activities
There is a recurring theme of rejecting a service attack, called DDOS, because it is very easy to do and can quickly deploy any company-supported Internet service. These are requests that are repeatedly performed on the server, which they try to respond to, but which quickly pull the network and network itself, blocking itself and not responding to them. This of course causes normal users to stop receiving this response on the server, so we cannot access their services.
So if you were one of those yesterday who couldn't enjoy their Apex Legends related game or continue with FIFA 20, you can rest easy, because today there is a free way.