TFLA0002 is an annoying error code to face in The Finals. Thankfully, it can be fixed easily.
The Finals has come out of beta and taken shape into a full-fledged online FPS title. Despite limited attention, the game turned into a dark horse in the online FPS genre, competing against some of the best games out there, like VALORANT, Overwatch 2, and CoD.
Since The Finals’ release, the game has garnered quite a massive audience, and a huge amount of people are playing the game on a regular basis. However, despite its popularity, the game isn’t immune to issues, and the TFLA0002 error is one of them.
What is TFLA0002 Error in The Finals?
TFLA0002 is a common error code in The Finals. The error code is followed by an error message called connection failed. Please try again. While this clearly appears to be a network issue, the problem might not always be on your end. Yes, it can mainly occur if your internet is not working properly. However, this may also happen if Steam or The Finals servers are down.
How to Fix TFLA0002 Error
As mentioned earlier, there can be multiple reasons why you are getting the TFLA0002 error. The first and most basic reason may be your internet connection. If that’s the case, using a VPN may help you get into the game’s servers pretty easily. However, if the problem lies within Steam or The Finals’ servers, you may not have much control over it.
In any case, here’s a step-by-step guide on what to do if you get the TFLA0002 error code:
1. Try VPN
You can use any reliable VPN that you have available. If you don’t have one, you can download and install WARP, as it is a free and easy-to-use but reliable VPN option.
To download, install and use WARP:
1. Go to WARP’s official download website.
2. Click on Windows to download WARP for Windows 10 or 11.
3. Download the.msi file and open it
4. Follow the instructions of the WARP Setup Wizard, install WARP, and press Finish
5. After the installation is finished, click on “Show hidden icons” from the bottom-right side of your taskbar. You’ll find the WARP VPN with the cloud logo. Now click on Cloudflare WARP
6. After the WARP VPN opens, click on the gear icon in the bottom left corner of the app and select 18.104.22.168 with WARP.
Note: Make sure to use “22.214.171.124 with WARP” and not “126.96.36.199”, as it might not fix The Finals’ crashing issue.
7. Now, press the white circle and turn the WARP VPN on
7. Your VPN setup is done. Now, launch The Finals normally
Now, if your game launches normally without an issue, then great! The VPN saved you. However, if you’re still getting the connection failed error, then the problem may not be with your internet.
2. Check Steam and The Finals Server Status
If you face the error even after using the VPN, you might want to check if the Steam and The Finals servers are up and running.
To check the Steam server status, go to the Steamstat.us website and find the specific region you are in. If your region is showing OK under the CM column, then the Steam servers are not down in your region.
To check if The Finals server is up and running, head over to their official Twitter account and check their posts.
If you follow these steps properly and the servers are up and running, you should be able to play The Finals now, without an issue. However, if the servers are down, you have no option but to wait for the servers to get back up.