According to Xbox, some users are unable to “buy and launch games or launch cloud gaming sessions.”

According to Xbox, some users are unable to

While those with games on disc should have no issues, users with digital games may have trouble starting them. Starting cloud games can also be a problem, and users that do connect my be unexpectedly disconnected after it begins. Lastly, users may not be able to purchase new games from the Microsoft Store. We will add any new updates to this page, but anyone can check out the official Xbox Status page to see up-to-the-minute updates.

Xbox Support has issued a warning that “some users are unable to purchase & launch games or initiate Cloud Gaming sessions” on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Cloud Gaming-capable devices. On May 7 at 2:34pm PT/5:34pm ET, Xbox Support tweeted, ‘We are still working on addressing the issue.’ In the meanwhile, gamers may notice an improvement in game launch by restarting their Xbox system.”

Highlights

  • This year’s game brings a long-requested feature, a stadium creator, as a next-gen exclusive option, while continuing to deliver a fantastic looking, sounding, and playing baseball game to the field, with great modes like the long-running Road to the Show as well as newer favorites like March to October. In the stylish world of Death’s Door, crows are harbingers of death and collect the souls of beings at the end of their life. Without this collection, beings continue to live on and risk becoming something monstrous. Your crow stumbles into a world where death has gone long unattended, resulting in a dangerous place filled with souls ripe for collecting.

  • The Xbox Series X and Series S are finally out, and while there aren’t many big new exclusives on Microsoft’s newest platform there are still plenty of great games on the black and white bricks.<br></br>Whether jumping into a new adventure or revisiting an old favorite, here are our picks for the ten best games on the Xbox Series X. Let us know what’s on your list that’s not on ours in the comments. Xbox-owning baseball fans have been waiting an entire console generation to play a great simulation of America’s pastime once again, and thanks to MLB making Sony take the phenomenal MLB The Show multiplatform, it is now here on Xbox Series X.

Better yet, you can explore Outer Wilds’ solar system in whatever order you want. You can drop a thread or pick it back up whenever inspiration strikes you. Or, you can just hang out with other explores on their planet, listen to music, and roast marshmallows. Outer Wilds uniquely manages to be cozy in its exploration while also challenging and sometimes rather spooky with its puzzles. If you’re craving more after you’ve discovered the secrets of Outer Wilds’ universe, one more mystery remains with the Echoes of the Eye DLC.

This charming action game is difficult but forgiving. In many ways, its exploration and puzzles are reminiscent of old Zelda games, while its combat is comparable to challenges posed by roguelikes — though you won’t have to worry about losing progress in Death’s Door should you fall. The wonderful combat and exploration are neatly wrapped in a light but lovely story. For those of you looking for an adventure that’ll put your exploration skills to the test, Outer Wilds Ventures is waiting with a beautiful mystery about life and death ready to unfold. Outer Wilds will challenge you to discover why an ancient civilization suddenly disappeared and, more importantly, why the universe keeps ending every 22 minutes. That end of the universe does mean your progress resets after the time expires, but the time loop makes space for interesting puzzles and even cooler planet designs.

Moon Studios’ excellent Ori and the Will of the Wisps builds on the first game’s fun foundation without bogging it down or becoming overcomplicated, which is the best praise you can give a sequel. It stays true to the spirit of the original, doubles down on what made it great, and gives you more stake in the world and options to navigate it. And now on Xbox Series X, Moon has pushed the already jaw-droppingly gorgeous game to new heights at 120 FPS and 4K UHD, with native HDR support, and even a 6K resolution supersampled rendering mode at 60 FPS. When paired with the dynamic high-range audio, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the absolute best way to play this heartfelt followup of the little spirit that never gives up on its friends.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition includes Mass Effect 1-3, and almost every single piece of DLC ever made for the games including armor, story missions, characters and more. As a matter of fact, the only content not included was Pinnacle Station for the original Mass Effect, and that’s only because the code was somehow lost at BioWare. All together, it really is the best edition of some of the best RPGs ever created. Follow Commander Shepard on a space journey spanning three massive games as they builds their team and protect the galaxy from the ultimate destroyer known as the Reapers. Unmissable.