Massive Interruptions Of Microsoft Xbox Live Gameplay Has Finally Been Resolved

When Microsoft Xbox systems went down for a large outage, gamers were unable to play Cloud games.

Microsoft eventually resolved the issue, which had persisted for several hours late Sunday.

Massive Interruptions Of Microsoft Xbox Live Gameplay Has Finally Been Resolved

Some Xbox Live users were unable to start cloud games, enjoy digital games, or make purchases from the shop due to the interruption.

When it comes to purchasing and launching games, as well as Cloud Gaming sessions, players may notice an improvement. Full resolution is currently being worked on. If the problems persist, try rebooting your console, in a tweet, Microsoft Xbox support stated.

Even streaming apps like Netflix and Disney Plus were unavailable to some players.

Xbox required some players to sign in before they could play their own games, according to several users.

They later stated that the problem has been resolved.

Microsoft Xbox support further stated that when it comes to purchasing, playing games, and joining Cloud Gameplay sessions, players must no longer have any complications. They even thanked the players for keeping patience and being with them in their difficult times. They concluded their statement by wishing “Happy Gaming” to all the game lovers out there.

Xbox Game Pass or PC Game Pass

So far, more than 10 million individuals have used Xbox Cloud Gaming to livestream games.

Numerous Xbox’s most popular games, like Flight Simulator, are now finally available on smartphones, ipads, and low-spec PCs.

This year, Microsoft plans to launch an Xbox Game Pass family plan. For $9.99 per month, the company presently offers Xbox Game Pass or PC Game Pass.