Xbox Live sign-in issues plaguing users, Microsoft working on a fix

Supreme Court sympathetic to Microsoft in Xbox owners suit

Supreme Court sympathetic to Microsoft in Xbox owners suit

Microsoft's online services are now experiencing a disruption with everything from Xbox Live to its app store are either offline or are not operating as expected. Another one said, "Great".

"We're aware that some users are having difficulties logging in to some services". Rather, it's looking like Microsoft itself is what's holding you back, as The Verge reports.

While outages are inevitable for cloud services, two in one month is trend that Microsoft would like to avoid.

The widespread outage has prevented customers from accessing OneDrive storage, Skype collaboration, Outlook email, and consumer products such as Xbox Live. Attempt to do so return an error that the account can not be accessed. "Our engineers are working to fully resolve this as soon as possible".

The Xbox Live Status page confirmed that users of the service were experiencing limited issues when it come stop signing in, managing, or recovering an account, as well as purchasing items, redeeming codes, or downloading purchases.

In the meantime, players will likely have to just play games that they already have downloaded onto their Xbox, if they can sign in, or go off and try to do something else that doesn't involve making use of other Microsoft applications.

If you're feeling like you're watching an episode of "The Outer Limits", then don't bother adjusting your PC.

Microsoft is suffering from yet again another service outage. In the meantime, you can spend a few minutes complaining about the vulnerabilities involved with putting all of our computing services in single baskets.