Players across the globe have had connectivity problems on EA servers, including those wanting to play FIFA. The issues have been plaguing games for several hours
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EA servers are down and players across the globe are raging that FIFA is not working.
FIFA announced on Twitter that they’ve temporarily disabled match creation in all active titles while they investigate reports of connectivity issues.
Thousands of people are tweeting, angry that they’re not able to play a range of EA games.
The issues are believed to have begun at around 6pm on Friday and they’re not resolved three hours later.
One user wrote: “Real shocker seeing EA servers are down again… If they had a competitor I would switch immediately.”
Rap legend Snoop Dog has uploaded a video angry about not being able to connect and play games on the EA servers.
At 7.23pm, FIFA tweeted: “We have temporarily disabled match creation in all active FIFA titles while we investigate reports of connectivity issues.
EA Help wrote at 8.30pm: “We’ve identified the source of the issue and we’re actively working on a resolution.”
Most people are having problems with the server connection but others are claiming to have login issues as well.
FIFA, Electronic Arts, Downtime
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