FromSoftware has announced that online maintenance for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC versions of Elden Ring will be carried out over the next couple of days.
As revealed on the Elden Ring Twitter account, maintenance will be carried out across today and tomorrow, depending on your time zone. The timings will vary by platform.
Servers for #ELDENRING will undergo maintenance in the next few days to help improve some multiplayer functions.
Times and maintenance length for each platform will be listed in the following thread.
Thank you in advance for your kind understanding.
— ELDEN RING (@ELDENRING) February 28, 2022
For those on PlayStation consoles, severs will be down for maintenance between 6pm and 7pm PT today, February 28. For most other territories this means severs will be down on March 1, between the hours of 2am-3am in the UK, 3am-4am in CET zones, and 1pm-2pm in Australia AEDT.
Over on Xbox, the maintenance period will begin today at 7pm PST and last for one hour. Other territories will experience the maintenance on March 1; 3am for UK, 4am for CET, and 2pm for Australia AEDT.
Finally, PC maintenance will see Elden Ring’s Steam severs out of action for an hour, starting at 8pm PT today. In other regions, that will mostly mean maintenance occurs on March 1; 4am for UK, 5am for CET, and 3pm for Australia AEDT.
Elden Ring has been massive on Steam, and just keeps getting bigger. And thanks to the fact that it works on the Steam Deck, it can be played pretty much anywhere. There are performance issues, though, and Bandai Namco has apologised. Despite that, it is still one of the best-reviewed games in modern history.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.
Source: IGN Video Games All