Entries in 'servers' (33)
It has not been a good weekend for Battlefield 4 fans.
In news that should surprise not a single living soul, Grand Theft Auto Online is struggling to cope with the colossal demand being put on it by eager gamers.
It seems that the reincarnation of Final Fantasy XIV has proved a big success – although it has come at a cost.
EA is taking SimCity offline – deliberately this time.
BioWare is to close down Star Wars: The Old Republic’s Asia Pacific servers and merge them with the North American servers.
The team at SimCity developer Maxis has pledged that they won’t rest until the game is working correctly.
The clock is ticking ahead of the UK launch of SimCity at midnight.
The server woes that darkened SimCity’s US launch yesterday will not be repeated when the game hits the UK this Friday.
Many PC gamer’s worst fears have come to fruition with news that EA’s Origin servers have crippled the US launch of SimCity.
Mythic Entertainment and EA have announced the upcoming closure of free-to-play title Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes.
The controversy over Hammerpoint’s now pulled shooter The War Z has led to hackers attacking the game’s servers.
Developers at Peter Molyneux’s 22Cans’ worked through the night last night to help ease the server problems that have dogged the game since launch.
An odd addition in Diablo 3’s latest patch has garnered more and more attention over the past 24 hours.
Diablo III developer Blizzard has apologised to its fans for the server problems that have prevented many playing the game in the days following its release.
The world of PC gaming was jubilant last night as Blizzard’s Diablo III finally hit the High Street… only for the developer’s servers to crash almost immediately.
Free-to-play iOS shooter Eliminate will be terminated by publisher Ngmoco on May 25th.
Ubisoft owned developer RedLynx has said that its recent Xbox Live Arcade release Trials Evolution was downloaded over 100,000 times on day one.
Having already attracted criticism for its online game server shutdowns in the past, EA has announced a new round of closures that will likely be the most controversial yet.
An entire MMO has been wiped from the internet after the game’s server was damaged beyond repair, according to translated reports.
Technicians are working night and day to get the Call of Duty Elite network up and running for everyone, Activision has claimed.
EA-owned developer DICE has said that it has almost quashed the technical gremlins that have slightly soured the game’s launch over the last week.
It’s always the risk when a game ships with internet-required DRM.
Electronic Arts has pulled the iPhone version of its social game FIFA Superstars from the App Store, after players experienced problems playing the connected game.
Publisher EA has announced the names of a fresh bunch of titles that will see support for their multiplayer components cut in the coming weeks.