UPDATE ONE : Microsoft has released an update on tonight's signature issues that affect all major platforms, including Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Xbox on Windows.
"Our engineers and developers are actively working to resolve the issue, which causes some members to trouble signing in to Xbox Live. Stay up to date and thank you for your patience."
] ORIGINAL : Xbox One users report problems signing in and playing games tonight.
The problems began to flag an hour ago and still have fans and the matches to log into their Xbox Live accounts.
It's unclear what causes tonight's mistake, although some players have seen this error ̵
Here's what the Microsoft Web site has listed under this error code: "This could mean that there is a network issue connecting to the Xbox Live service."
The error message also comes with a few Lions fans might want to try, including:
Solution 1: Check the status of the Xbox Live service – If you see any notifications here, wait until the service is up and try again.
Solution 2: Restart Xbox One Console – Restart Xbox One to reset the network connection. See How to restart or turn on your Xbox One console power supply.
If you boot the console, do not solve this problem, wait a few minutes and try logging in again.
The official Xbox Live status area contains no entries in progress issues, so it's hard to tell which parts of Xbox Live are now down.
If problems occur tonight, Xbox One users will likely see an update of the current service status very short.
And because of the widespread Tonight's outage, it's probably very likely that Microsofisre is already aware of the issues.
Fans meanwhile must stay tight until they return all their core business on Xbox One.
"* gross sobbing * I just want to play video games …. * glides off computer chair and under desk * WHYYYYY", a fan joked online.
"According to Microsoft, live is up and running fine. Funny how I found so many people with the same problem," another added.
Problems on major game networks are not uncommon and are usually resolved within an hour or so, unless they are caused by outdoor interference, such as a DDoS attack.