Everquest server is down for an hour, players claim
A server has been down for at least an hour on Everquest: Legends server in the UK, according to players who are reporting a glitch that they claim was caused by the server’s ability to run concurrent.
A number of players in the area have said that the server is still up, but they have not been able to connect.
One user, who goes by the username kenzo, told Polygon that he has been on EverQuest for more than a month, but was not able to log in until Tuesday morning.
“I just logged into my account and my game crashed, and I was unable to play until about 9:30am this morning,” he said.
“The server crashed, it was just like a complete mess.
I tried logging into a different account but it would not connect to my other one.”
He also posted a screenshot showing that the game crashed on his PC and on the PlayStation 4 he was playing on.
Another player, who went by the name Aiden, said that he was able to join the server “just to see if I could join.”
He said that a number of people had logged into the server, and when they tried to log into their friends’ games, they could not do so.
The user Aiden also posted screenshots of the login screen and the server list, along with a message that read: “We are investigating the issue.
If you’re connected to a friend on your friend list and they have a game, you should not be able to play.”
The server is a collaboration between EQNet, Everquest developer Cloud Imperium Games, and Activision Blizzard, which makes the massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
The server also serves as the central hub for players who have signed up to play.
The servers server and its clients are currently offline, though some of the other players said that they are not experiencing any problems with their online gameplay.
A Twitch user named Lush said that his server was down for more then an hour.
He posted screenshots showing that his game was crashed.
A Discord user called davidd said that their server was also down.
Another user, whose username is Dovidd, also posted an image showing that their game was crashing, along the message that said: “I’m getting disconnected from the server.
I’ve been running Everquest on my own for months, and now this.
Please check your friends.”
Another user called Mooj said that it was down, as well.
A tweet from Cloud Imperium responded to the issue on Tuesday evening.
A Twitter post from Everquest developers Cloud Imperium stated that the issue was caused when “a few servers” had been affected by a “security vulnerability” and that the company “was unable to verify the issue to the extent we could.”
The tweet continued: “This has now been fixed and we are currently looking into further mitigation steps.
We’ll update this post when we have more information.”