Xbox Live servers are currently down, leaving Xbox One owners unable to play games online.
The Xbox Live server status makes grim reading for fans, who have complained about not being able to access Xbox One online.
Independent website Down Detector has received thousands of reports that Xbox Live isn’t working.
The outage tracker monitors social mentions around certain topics to detect when services go down across the world.
The Down Detector outage map shows that the Xbox Live issues are affecting users in the UK, Europe and North America.
According to the Xbox Live server status page, the issues are only affecting Elder Scrolls Online and Achievements.
Likewise, the official Xbox Support Twitter page is yet to issue any updates or warnings about server maintenance and the likes.
But despite the lack of acknowledgement from Microsoft, fans are taking to social media to express their frustrations at the situation.
Reacting to the Xbox Live server issues one fan writes: “Xbox live down and I’m fuming BABY.”
Another tweets: “@XboxSupport I keep on disconnecting from xbox live and so do the majority of the party Im in?”
Likewise, one fan posts: “I cannot log in to XBox live. And yes I am connected to the internet.”
This was echoed by the following Twitter post from a disgruntled Xbox One user: “I can’t connect to Xbox live and before you say it my internet, it’s not I’ve check it all and I’m on it on my phone so for me Xbox live isn’t working.”
The issues appear to have extended to other Microsoft services beyond Xbox Live.
Fans will be hoping for a more reliable service when the Xbox Series X console launches later this year.
The new and improved Xbox will be capable of delivering impressive visuals and speedier loading times.
Microsoft gave fans a look at some of the new Xbox Series X games during a recent 20/20 third-party developer showcase.
It all started with a look at a first-person action game called Bright Memory Infinite, followed by games like Dirt 5, Madden NFL 21, The Medium and Scorn.
The stream ended with a look at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which centres around the Vikings.
Xbox Series X Scorn, Madden NFL 21, The Medium, Dirt 5, Yakuza, Extinction, Bloodlines and MUCH MORE
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