We don’t need any introduction to the gaming world of Xbox as this craze is spreading all over the world to a whole new level. But still Microsoft’s Xbox is facing some problem and the main issue strides around the problem of live service of Xbox.
Many viewers complain about the problem of unable to sign in and Microsoft is examining what the difficulty is. Unluckily, the problem was first indicated without even being on an Xbox at the time. The trouble was first pop up when it was tried to play Minecraft for Windows. The game needs to log into Xbox Live but as the service is spluttering out an error 0x87DD0006 and wasn’t able to connect. This shows that there was a service linking error just before you tried to sign in that means we can’t play. After that it was tried by signing into Skype through an Xbox One but the console also informed that signing in wasn’t working.
After emergency testing and quick search on different platforms, it was cleared that others are also facing the problem. It’s not yet come to knowledge that how many users are affected but Microsoft surely confirmed that they are facing the problem but the official statement is Microsoft’s Xbox Live Status support site states that everything is satisfactory and dandy. We will update you as we learn more.
2016 has been a mainly rough hard for Xbox Live. Certainly, this is not the first time in fact it is third week in a row that the facility has seen disturbances. Xbox Live saw outages before this at last week of February.The glitches are even more annoying for those who recompense for an Xbox Live Gold membership and trust me it is not that easy or cheap to get, the premium level that gives clients entree to special deals and online multiplayer. Many people pay $60 per year so that Microsoft can keep its servers running efficiently; a probability that the company is presently failing to meet.
Any Xbox gamer expecting to get some play on a Monday night must have some problems. Twitter is presenting numerous trouble complaints signing into Microsoft’s Xbox Live, and I haven’t been able to sign on for a few hours now.
Microsoft’s official response to this crisis for those who are using In-game matchmaking, cloud storage and Game DVR, was:
“Hey Xbox members, are you having difficulty playing your new or previously purchased copy of Galaga with Xbox One Backward Compatibility? We’re aware of this issue, and we’re working to address it right away! In the meantime, we appreciate your patience. We’ll fill you in as soon as we know more.”
That’s just one specific problem stated, but both individual experience and subjective proof through social media propose that the problems are more far-reaching than that. Individually Xbox Live and PlayStation Network have had sufficient downtime in the past months of 2016.