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Surviving Launch Day with a Titanfall Edition Xbox One

On March 11th 2014, Xbox Live sign-in services went down for at least 5 hours for Xbox One users. While Microsoft maintains that the issue stemmed from Xbox Live core services, and was not a result of Titanfall, it made little difference to those who wanted desperately to play the game. New Xbox One owners were able to power on and update their console, but once they reached their home-screens, their shiny new console was mostly helpless...

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BLKxSEPTEMBER836d ago

Maybe the author should be more clear as to whom this effected. I'm an X1 owner and I've yet to experience any of these issues.

parentsbasement836d ago (Edited 836d ago )

"On March 11th 2014, Xbox Live sign-in services went down for at least 5 hours for Xbox One users" .... So EVERYBODY was down? The ENTIRE XBL service ? Then how was I able to play it ?.....Could have read "SOME" users or even "Many"....but to imply that noboy could play just because he couldn't is a little much imo....

Titanpete836d ago

I didnt have any problems. I was able to play the game fine.