Gaming fans had a setback when Microsoft Xbox services were disrupted, preventing them from starting Cloud games.
Microsoft eventually resolved the problem, which had lasted several hours late Sunday.
Some Xbox Live users could not start cloud games, play digital games, or make purchases from the shop due to the outage.
“When it comes to buying 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 resetting your console “In a tweet, Microsoft Xbox support said.
It subsequently said that the problem had been resolved.
“When it comes to purchasing, starting games, and joining Cloud Gaming sessions, players should no longer have any hassles. Thank you for your patience. Have fun gaming!”
Even streaming applications like Netflix and Disney Plus were unavailable to certain gamers.
Xbox required some players to check in before they could play their games, according to several users.
“No, I still can’t play my games,” one Xbox user said. “Keep saying check my connection, but it’s good.”
So far, more than 10 million individuals have used Xbox Cloud Gaming to broadcast games.
Many of Xbox’s most popular games, like Flight Simulator, are now available for the first time on phones, tablets, and low-spec PCs.
This year, Microsoft plans to launch an Xbox Game Pass family package. For $9.99 per month, the firm presently provides Xbox Game Pass or PC Game Pass.