Over the course of the last few hours, there have been various reports claiming the PUBG servers are down. A ‘Connection Failed’ issue appears to have emerged on PS4 and Xbox One, so here’s everything we know so far on the matter.
According to Downdetector, there have been several thousand claims that the servers are experiencing issues.
Despite the widespread of reports for console, the PUBG servers seem to be working fine on PC. Perhaps this could be something to do with the fact the PC version of the game underwent live server maintenance earlier this week.
PUBG Servers Down: ‘Connection Failed’ on February 8th, 2020
The error message reads ‘Connection Failed’ on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. There doesn’t appear to be any fix on the horizon for now, but you can bypass this error if you keep trying to reconnect.
Once past the error message, however, you will still encounter issues with matchmaking in the lobby. As the servers are down, there doesn’t seem to be any lobbies available.
PUBG Servers Status appears to be down ❗️❌— Gaming INTEL | Leaks, Dataminers & News (@GamingINTELcom) February 8, 2020
At least on Xbox One and PlayStation (PS4), possibly PC too.
Connection Failed (4).
RT if it is the same for you. Reply with your error code, platform and region. pic.twitter.com/n58pjeiXsy
Unfortunately, the developers have not provided a comment on the matter, so it’s unclear how long the servers will be down. For now, we’ll just have to wait and see, but we’ll update this article if we hear anything.
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UPDATE – February 8th, 2020 at 2am GMT:
It appears as though the servers are now live, and most issues have been fixed. This might not be the case for everyone, but some have reported being able to get into matches.