Many People Having Trouble Connecting To Dragon Ball Xenoverse’s Online Servers
Ever since Dragon Ball Xenoverse came out for the public, the online servers have been giving owners of the game many headaches.
Several people have commented on Twitter that Dragon Ball Xenoverse’s online servers are either down or not working. Sometimes when people connect to the server, they say it’s full already. It appears this has been affecting every platform the game has been released on.
Even when Bandai Namco announced of Dragon Ball Xenoverse’s release on Steam on Facebook, most of the comments made about the post were about the game’s shoddy servers. One person mentioned that they cannot play the game online for more than 5 minutes before getting booted out for some reason.
Bandai Namco has now responded to the issue and said:
“Dear Dragon Ball Xenoverse players,
You may be facing some issues to log on to Dragon Ball Xenoverse servers but be assured that we are taking care of this situation to fix it as soon as possible.
As of today and mainly on Playstation 4, you may face:
– Denied connection to the server
– Denied connection to single or multiplayer lobbies
– Unintentional log out after entering lobbies
In order to confirm the issues and solve them, we are working on:
– Tweaking servers configuration to adapt requirement of each platforms
– Keep on raising the log on limit for servers
– Changing settings of server database to improve stability.
When these changes will be applied to the servers, they may cause unintentional log out during gameplay or “server maintenance” status.
We are very sorry for the inconveniences caused and thank you for your patience. We will post regularly updates about our efforts.”
It’s disappointing so many recent games have come out with many bugs and issues. Even Dead or Alive 5 Last Round had technical issues when it came out earlier this year too.
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