Super Animal Royale is a massive 64-player 2D battle royale that’s been in early Access since the past few years. Recently, a lot of users are complaining of the error ‘Game server could not authorize you’ in Super Animal Royale. The error is frustrating to say the least, it does not allow you to start a match as you are met with the error when you boot up the game. The recent server issues with the game is most likely due to the launch of the game on consoles. However, what you must be interested in is if you can fix the issue. Stick around and we will tell you all these is to know about the error.
Fix Super Animal Royale ‘Game server could not authorize you’ Error
As the game is just released on consoles, there is an unusual traffic coming to the servers that’s causing it to fail to meet the demand, which is likely causing the error. To fix the Super Animal Royale ‘Game server could not authorize you’ error, you should continue to try to join the game. For players on all platform, rebooting the game is the best fix you can try.
If multiple attempts to join the game fails, it’s worth a shot to check if there is a known server issue with the game. Check Downdetector or the Twitter handle of the game to verify the server status. In most cases, the error will not occur due to a problem on the user end. However, there is a checklist to ensure there is no problem on your end.
- Reboot the console or PC and the network hardware such as modem/router.
- Ensure the game is not blocked by the firewall on your PC or the router/modem.
- Try playing another online game and then, return to Super Animal Royale.
Beyond the above solutions, there is nothing much you can do to fix the Super Animal Royale ‘Game server could not authorize you’ error as it’s most likely the problem is not the server end and not with your playable device. That’s all we have in this guide, we hope you know everything about the error. The best solution for the issue is to restart the game or try to launch it at a later time when the servers are experiencing less traffic. We will update the post when we know any about actionable input on the issue.