FIFA 20 is a football simulation video game published by Electronic Arts that was released in September 2019. The game is available for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch platforms. However, most of the PC players have started reporting that the FIFA 20 game is not opening or the launching error. So, if you’re also one of them and want to fix this most common issue, then check this full troubleshooting guide below.
Now, most of the highly reported issues are the startup crashing or the FIFA 20 game won’t load at all on the Windows PC. In this case, users need to check out the graphics driver and Windows OS version at first whether these two are properly updated to its latest version or not. Also, make sure that your Windows 10 OS is running on the latest and stable build 1903. Once done, you can head over to the following steps:
How to Fix If FIFA 20 Not Opening or Launching Error
Here we’ve some of the common and possible workarounds that you should follow one by one in order to fix the particular issue. Now, without wasting any more time, let’s jump straight into it.
- Try to disable the Nvidia GeForce Experience app or MSI Afterburner or Steam or Discord Overlay at first. Some times, these third-party apps can also cause issues with the game startup or gameplay.
- Next, try to run the game as administrator. In order to do that, head over to the game’s exe file > Right-click on it and go to Properties > Click on Compatibility > Mark the checkbox “Run this program as an administrator.” Now, run the game and it should work fine.
- Open the Origin launcher > Head over to My Game Library > Click on FIFA 20 > Go to Settings > Select Repair. It will check for any missing files or errors of the game and will fix automatically. Once done, restart your Origin Launcher and start the game to check for the issue.
- If not, then open the Origin Launcher and Sign Out from the account. Then press Windows + R key > Type %ProgramData% in the Run dialog box and click on OK > Open the Origin folder > Here delete all the folders and files except for the LocalContent folder.
- Next, press Windows + R key > Type %AppData% in the Run dialog box and click on OK > Delete the Origin folder from the Roaming directory.
- Then click on AppData > Open Local > Again locate the Origin folder and delete it.
- Once all done, make sure to restart your computer.
- Finally, open the Origin Launcher > Sign in to the account > Run the FIFA 20 game.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this troubleshooting guide pretty useful. Feel free to ask in the comment section below. If you’ve any queries, you can comment below.