Microsoft fixes Xbox Live software error

Microsoft fixes Xbox Live software error

In addition, there are consoles with more than one user, as well as players with more than one console. It's unclear if Microsoft's Xbox One issue was related, but it did seem like an Xbox Live and software problem that made the Xbox One unusable for many customers.

An issue with Xbox Live has caused consoles across the world to fail to boot.

Stay tuned to IGN as issues with Xbox Live are resolved.

'We are aware of reports of Xbox One console startup, title update and sign-in errors, ' Xbox Support tweeted once the widespread issue became apparent.

"Additionally, if you're running into issues attempting to view our status page, teams are actively investigating this as well".

Microsoft has announced that the sign in issues impacting Xbox Live have been resolved, though problems purchasing new content persist.

We also hear that the increase in Xbox Live monthly active users to 64 million included the highest number of mobile and PC users to date.

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[Update] The rollback has been completed, service should be returning to normal and if not, reboot your console.

The latest Xbox Live issues come hot on the heels of another major outage this week which affected thousands of gamers.

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Whilst on Xbox 360 (and playable on Xbox One thanks to Backwards Compatibility) you can download and play Assassin's Creed Rogue, followed by Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy.

Why is Xbox Live having problems?

The Xbox Support Twitter confirmed the Xbox Live sign in issues and said the Xbox team is working on a fix.

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