'Call of Duty' Latest News & Update: Players Experience Connectivity Issues; 'Infinite Warfare' & 'Black Ops' Servers Are Down
The first person video game "Call of Duty" has been made available for PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One. Its series includes "Infinite Warfare," "Modern Warfare Remastered" and "Black Ops 1, 2 and 3." However, players report connectivity issues and servers bogged down. These issues prevent them from playing the game online.
"Call of Duty" Latest News & Update: Servers Are Down
According to Express, "Call of Duty" confirms that its servers for "Infinite Warfare" and "Black Ops 3" are down. Its server status page shows that "Call of Duty" online services have been degraded. When trying to connect to the servers, players are sent with the message saying "Error. Unable to access online services." Some players also receive a constant message saying "Connecting to Online services" but they still cannot connect to the game. With this, players cannot connect to the online game series "Infinite Warfare" and "Black Ops" anymore.
"Call of Duty" diehards are now complaining and spreading the problem that has already surfaced on Twitter. Down Detector reports that 51% of the most reported problems occur on Xbox One. 35% of the problems occur on PlayStation 4 and only 12% are reported on PC.
"Call of Duty" Update: Server Issues Associated With Xbox Live
The connectivity issue and down servers might be associated with the recent Xbox Live server issues that were experienced just hours before. Players report that they cannot connect to Xbox Live and its server status appears to be offline. Xbox 360's DailyBurn service is even down for subscribers. Microsoft already confirmed this problem and let some services to be limited for the mean time. This issue is only due to buying games and downloading items on Xbox One.
According to Product Review, the connectivity issues and outage are highly unusual and unsuspected. This is because there is no scheduled "Call of Duty" server maintenance on a weekend.