Apex Legends has disabled the Olympus map to fix bugs

Olympus has been temporarily disabled in Apex Legends, which means you won’t find it in either the ranked or Play Apex game modes.

Apex Legends has disabled the Olympus map to fix bugs

Those who logged into Apex Legends today may have been perplexed by the noticeable absence of Olympus. Respawn claims that they had to disable this map in order to fix the Engine Error – UI Images Ran Out of Room error code that has been plaguing players and causing server crashes ever since the new split update went live on Tuesday, January 17. 

Many ranked players have complained that Masters and Predator players are joining lobbies with Rookie or Bronze players, but it’s not clear if this is due to the map or something else. It is possible that this occurrence is a result of the new matchmaking system working out its kinks as Respawn introduces it and retires the previous SBMM system.Apex Legends disabled OlympusWhatever the case may be, it appears that Olympus fans are out of luck for the time being, as their preferred map appears to be the source of the game’s issues. This is the case in all battle royale modes, including Control, where the usual Hammond Labs map appears to have been removed from the LTM’s map rotation. In lieu of this, Barometer and Lava Siphon have longer “live” Control map durations.

Hopefully, Respawn will make every effort to fix the issue as soon as possible.

About Apex Legends

Apex Legends
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Developer(s) Respawn Entertainment
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Director(s) Steven Ferreira
Producer(s) Ben Brinkman
Designer(s) Jason McCord
  • Robert Taube
  • Kaelan De Niese
  • Ryan Lastimosa
  • Benjamin Bisson
  • Jung Park
Writer(s) Mohammad Alavi
Composer(s) Stephen Barton
Series Titanfall
  • Source
  • Unreal Engine 4 (Mobile)
  • PlayStation 4
  • Windows
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • Android
  • iOS
  • PS4, Windows, Xbox One
  • February 4, 2019
  • Nintendo Switch
  • March 9, 2021
  • PS5, Xbox Series X/S
  • March 29, 2022
  • Android, iOS
  • May 17, 2022
Genre(s) Battle royale, first-person hero shooter
Mode(s) Multiplayer