Through a publication on its official Twitter account, Xbox reports that the problem that has impelled users to sign in to Xbox LIVE has been resurrected and at this time it could be joined without any contraction. However, the limiting persists as long as Fortnite, so why the suggestion is waiting to try to start session in the game and see if something goes on but all of your famous black hoyo.
We've received word that you should be able to sign in as normal on your Xbox One consoles now. Thank you for the reports, we'll be here & listening.
– Xbox Support (@XboxSupport) October 15, 2019
Xbox LIVE, the online platform that operates around Microsoft games, has been in trouble for a few minutes, and as has happened on recent occasions has resulted in the inability to log in, which impairs access to essential services.
According to information published by Microsoft's division of games, Xbox LIVE has been experiencing issues starting a few minutes ago, which has forced Xbox One and Windows 10 players to join their cuentas. According to the official site that indicates the state of the service, the problems are affecting the basic services of the platform and, interestingly, also impairs the access to Fortnite Just in those moments when an event is taking place, it is said, will mark the beginning of a new stage in the Epic Games title.
Thus, the information on the site indicates that the problem has been identified and the experts working to solve it as soon as possible.
We have reported that some people are unable to sign in on Xbox One consoles with an error related to an update & we have the proper teams working on this now! Please watch here for more information as we have it available.
– Xbox Support (@XboxSupport) October 14, 2019
The recent downfall of Xbox LIVE has been the place of some complicated weeks for the platform pues, since the previous release of Gears 5Session initiation problems have been present on several occasions. We will keep you informed of any updates you have made about the state of the service.
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