Currently, Xbox Live is experiencing problems for some players, which prevents access to key functions. Twitter users began reporting problems with the service on the afternoon of May 6, 2022, while others reported that they had no problem. Twitter user Rayven Vincent noticed that her Xbox worked well, but her husband could not play games like Halo. Xbox confirmed these online reports on their official support page, citing “important cuts” with three services: store and subscriptions, cloud games and remote game, and games and games. More specifically, the page points out that players are experiencing problems buying and playing their downloaded games and since it is one of the most important ways in people acquired now, this is likely to affect a large group of people.
An interruption was reported around 4:00 p. m., East time, and the support team indicated that it was working on the problem around 6:00 p. m., East time. The problems are not insignificant, but some players can continue normally with many players playing games for a single player and participating in Xbox Live parties. However, some are not so lucky and get stuck watching the board of their Xbox until the problem is solved. From now on, it is not clear when the problems will be solved. Meanwhile, players should be able to join groups, watch movies and play in multiplayer mode in games that can start. We will keep you informed when the problem is solved.
Xbox Live and PlayStation Network fall quite frequently, something that has become more annoying over time. As the players moved away from the physical media and adopted the comfort of digital services, almost always online, such as Xbox Live, any interruption is expensive. With this last interruption that eliminates the ability of people even to play the games they have, a growing problem and a rooted fear about the future of games and the ability to easily access the games that people have.
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