The Crew Motorfest Error Code 0_1: How to fix it?

The Crew Motorfest Error Code 0_1: How to fix it?

The Crew Motorfest, since its release in 2023, has successfully carried the legacy of Ubisoft’s The Crew series. The third installment of this popular racing game franchise, The Crew Motorfest, has mostly positive reviews and players sure do enjoy the game. However, it goes beyond saying that no matter how perfect a game is, occasional errors are still very common. The Crew Motorfest is no exception. While the game otherwise offers a seamless gaming experience, there are times when the players encounter errors that hinder the gameplay. The error code 0_1 is one such issue in the game that many players have faced. If you also keep getting this error code 0_1 in The Crew Motorfest, we’re here to guide you. Keep reading this guide till the end to find out the potential fixes.

The Crew Motorfest, otherwise, is a decent enough racing title that players love. The game is available on multiple platforms, including PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Unfortunately for players across all these platforms, the error code 0_1 is a common occurrence. However, this isn’t a problem that’s too difficult to solve. If you’re facing this error, then you’re just in luck. Find out how you can fix this problem and enjoy the game again in a jiffy.

The Crew Motorfest Error Code 0_1: How to Fix? 

The Crew Motorfest Error Code 0_1

Before we begin talking about the potential workarounds that can fix this problem, it’s important to note that the error code 0_1 isn’t something new. The old Crew games, especially The Crew 2 players, had their fair share of encountering this error. Perhaps that’s what makes this error easy to fix because we already know what it is. In case you’re facing this for the first time, error code 0_1 is typically a connection error in the game. So, how do you fix it? Here goes –

Check the Server Status of the Game

Since the error code 0_1 is a connection error, it goes beyond saying that it will keep occurring if the game servers are down. You need to ensure, before you proceed to the other workarounds, that the game servers are up and running. You can find the details about this on the game’s Ubisoft page or X page.

Restart Your Device

If the game servers are working, then try restarting your PC or console and checking if the issue persists. Sometimes, a simple restart can solve these errors in the games. If the issue continues to occur after restarting your device, follow the next workaround.

Check Your Network

You have to make sure that your network connectivity is not unstable if you want to overcome this error. You can visit an internet speed test website to check the strength of your network. You can also use an Ethernet cable instead of a wireless connection to improve the internet speed. Sometimes, switching to a different network or using mobile data can also work.

Restart Your Router

Restarting your router might also help fix the connectivity issue that is resulting in this error code. For this, unplug your router from the power source and wait for a while. Then, plug in your router and turn it on using the power button. Wait for a few minutes, and then connect your PC to the network. After this, check if the issue persists.

Set up WiFi in Easy Mode

If you’re using a PlayStation, you can try and counter this problem by setting up your WiFi in Easy Mode. Go to your Settings and then go to Network. Then, select the “Set Up Internet Connection” option. In the next window, select “Use Wi-Fi“. Click on Yes and then select Easy in the next window when you’re asked “How do you want to set up the internet connection?“. Then, select your WiFi, and you’re good to go. Check if your problem is fixed. You can keep repeating this again and again and eventually, it should be able to fix the problem.

Configure Windows Firewall Rules for the Game Profile

  • Press the Windows + R keys together to open the Run Dialog Box.

  • Type the “wf.msc” command and hit enter to open the Windows Firewall Advanced Security Console

  • In the left pane, click on Inbound Rules, and then locate The Crew Motorfest executable file in the right panel. Right-click on this file.

  • Go to Properties and under the General tab, set the Profile to All by checkmarking all three options – Domain, Private, and Public

  • Go to the Protocols and Ports tab.

  • Select Specific Ports for both the Local Port and Remote Port. Enter “3000, 3001, 3002, 3003″ for both.

  • Click OK to apply and save your changes.

  • Go back and run the game.

  • See if you’re still getting the error.

Disable Proxy Servers in Ubisoft Connect

You can also try and disable the “Allow to Connect through Proxy Servers” option in the Ubisoft Connect app settings. Then, reset your router, and following that, run the game. See if it worked.

Fix Shared by Reddit User FunkSiren

In an unconventional fix shared by Reddit user FunkSiren, the user claimed that console players can simply wait for a while doing nothing when they get the error on their screens and then press the X button to get back into the game. As unusual as it sounds, it has been working for some players, apparently. So, you can try this and let us know if you find it useful.

Reinstall the Game

If nothing has worked so far, you can try reinstalling the game and see if that works. Uninstall The Crew Motorfest, and then reinstall it on a different drive. If the issue persists, consider running a different game, and then switching back to The Crew Motorfest.

Well, these are all the workarounds that you can try if you get the error code 0_1 in The Crew Motorfest. If you just can’t overcome the problem, try contacting Ubisoft Support and see what they have in store for you. And, if you found this guide insightful, keep visiting DigiStatement for more such gaming content and guides!