PlayStation 5 ‘wv-109156-2’ error troubling some players

PlayStation 5, the latest console from Sony, has been very successful in the market. It is common to have difficulties when trying to find a PS5 at the official price due to the high demand for consoles there.

That said, currently some owners of a PlayStation 5 have been experiencing some ‘wv-109156-2’ and ‘0x00000023’ errors when trying to play their games. However, we have some workarounds for you.

PlayStation 5 ‘wv-109156-2’ & ‘0x00000023’ errors

According to multiple reports, PlayStation 5 ‘wv-109156-2’ and ‘0x00000023’ errors suddenly appear for some players when trying to load a game.

The problem appears in the form of a floating window with the message ‘Something went wrong’. From there, the only option users have is to exit the game by pressing the ‘OK’ option.

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Need help with something on my PlayStation

Just went to play need for speed unbound after it being a couple days since I last had played it and I got this white screen and an error code wv-109156-2 and it won’t let me play the game.
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my apex wont work (ps5)

my apex is frozen on a white screen when logging on and shows in the top left corner:

ERROR: 0x00000023

SSLError: 0x0000000

SSL connect error
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Some players suggest that the problem is related to a recent outage on the EA (Electronic Arts) servers.

Some potential workarounds

Some players managed to fix the error by re-signing into help.ea.com with their PlayStation Network (PSN) credentials.

Managed to get this working by simply resigning into help.ea.com. Had the same error appearing when trying to play It Takes Two online. Hope this helps.
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In other cases, players had to additionally agree to EA’s new terms and conditions.

Sign in to your EA account via the EA website on a phone or computer. You’ll be able to sign in with your PSN account credentials. A window should pop up to accept the terms and conditions with EA. Then try launching Apex again.
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There is still no official acknowledgment from the PlayStaion or EA team on the issue. We will update this story as events unfold.

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