Starting early hours on March 21st, a majority of Xbox One users have reported issues whilst trying to connect on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, as well as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Here's everything you need to know!
Update March 22nd
Xbox Live has informed players they should be able to play Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Black Ops 4 again on Xbox Live after they fixed the issue.
However, some players are reporting issues when inviting their friends.
Servers Down March 21st
The outage of online Call of Duty servers has come at the most inconvenient of times, as most people are currently in lockdown and self-isolating due to the current global situation.
It seems that not only gamers are suffering online difficulties, as, according to the Daily Mail, video game players have been urged to play at 'reasonable times' to avoid putting an extra strain on internet networks during the coronavirus outbreak.
The official Xbox support account on Twitter have acknowledged that some players are having issues and said this:
This latest outage doesn't seem to be as severe as the issues reported last week, so there's a good chance you might not even be affected when you log in.
There's no way of knowing when the servers will be back up and running for everyone, so be sure to bookmark this page, as we'll be updating it as we get more information.