If you play video games online, you have a gigantic selection of titles and services. Depending on the platform and the publisher, you use certain servers and if they go down or if maintenance work is carried out, the fun of online gaming is quickly over.
We therefore inform you here in advance of announced maintenance work or “downtimes” that are very likely to occur. Then you’ll be able to adapt better and won’t be ripped out of your gaming session unexpectedly.
time out to play
These downtimes will take place during the week beginning July 4:
PUBG: Battlegrounds isn’t broken, but there will be a minor update on PC on July 5 to optimize some backend systems. Even if no time out is announced, there may be restrictions.
World of Warcraft
World of Warcraft is down on July 6. There will be a restart of all realms starting at 3 am German time. The role-playing game should be online again from 4 a.m.
Diablo Immortal goes down on July 6. Maintenance work begins at 10 a.m. German time. The game will probably be available again two hours later, starting at 12 p.m.
If the developers or publishers of popular games announce further maintenance work for the next few days, we will update this overview. So keep checking. If we missed any announcements about your favorite game, let us know through our Facebook channel With.
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Server status on services like PSN, Xbox Live and more
In addition to games, entire online services such as PlayStation Network (PSN), Xbox Live, Battle.net or Origin may also be down from EA. In this case, you can consult our respective trouble reporters and inquire about the problems. If the service providers announce maintenance work, you will find a corresponding note in the list below:
Even if game servers and services are working perfectly, there may still be disruptions from Internet service providers or maintenance work on DSL and cable networks. Readers bring them back again and again. It is therefore important, when online problems arise, to also check your own Internet. Our DSL checklist will also help you with this.
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