Microsoft Issues Service Alert Following Games Vanishing From Xbox Live Marketplace

By   /   Jan 16, 2015

Today has seen a number of Xbox 360 games removed from the Xbox Live Marketplace.

Microsoft has since then issued a service alert, saying that it is working “non-stop” to make sure the issues are corrected.

“We understand that some of you are having trouble completing in-game purchases, or accessing certain offers in the Xbox Store,” reads the alert. “We want to assure you that our team is working non-stop to get this situation resolved as quickly as possible.”

Earlier in the day, users reported that they were unable to access certain games and apps, as well as being unable to retrieve data from the cloud. Amongst the titles removed was also The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which was included this month as a freebie through Games With Gold.

Microsoft has yet to reveal what was the cause of the issue or when services will resume. You can keep yourself updated about the current status by visiting the following link.

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