On December 2017, EA Gamers got annoyed when the server went down across many platforms for over 4 hours. At about 8.15pm (GMT), they started losing connection while playing FIFA 18 and Star Wars Battlefront 2 and experiencing the maximum current outages. In fact, over 4800 Gamers worldwide got disconnected from titles, incorporating Battlefield and Madden, getting no EA game support.
Many users posted their complaints on Twitter regarding the down server which made them lost their vital games. A user asked to diagnose the issue on twitter and fumed by saying about the poor EA tech support as he was paying a good amount of payment. Some also addressed the problematic servers of EA. However, it’s not actually right. An unhappy gamer also tweeted that EA required crediting everybody a free game for that specific inconvenience as he also lost his championship game in UFC 2. This way, many tweets were seen posted with lots of complaints regarding this server issue.
Well, it took almost 4 hours to restore the service completely without any clarification as to what caused it.Initially, the organization tweeted that they were aware of the Origin Login Problems which were impacting some gamers and were then investigating also. Later they tweeted after midnight saying that the Origin login problems were solved and if still, any gamer is experiencing that issue they can avail EA tech support.
EA owns and operates Origin which is an online gaming service and enables users for buying games on the web for mobile platforms and computer. Nevertheless, Xbox One and PS4 users also reported the same issues, while those trying to avail the multiplayer services, incorporating FUT (FIFA’s Ultimate Team).
Games were waiting for a long time for getting back online with the holiday season basically seeing a rush in players. Contact the EA Games Customer Service if you need more information regarding the setup process and operation of the device.
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