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Wednesday, 12 March 2014 08:10

Xbox Live sign-in problems emerge

Written by David Stellmack

Not a good thing for Titanfall launch

Microsoft just can’t seem to catch a break. Xbox One users reported problems signing in to Xbox Live. Microsoft has confirmed the issue that left many users with an error 0x8004804E and the message to try to sign-in again in a few minutes.

Not something that Microsoft needs on the North American launch of Titanfall. According to Microsoft’ Major Nelson, Titanfall isn’t the issue and it is an Xbox Live related issue that the team is working quickly to resolve. According to what we have been able to figure out, the problem does not seem to be an issue for Xbox 360 users, only Xbox One users seem effected.

As of this posting, Microsoft had yet to swat whatever bug is causing the issue. While Microsoft is asking for users to be patient, you can imagine that with the biggest game of the year just released for Xbox One, the timing just isn’t good for a problem like this to happen.

Stay up to date on Microsoft’s progress in resolving the issue here.

 

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