Roblox DOWN – Server status latest as thousands of fans are unable to login

Roblox DOWN – Server status latest as thousands of fans are unable to login

Roblox servers are currently down (Image: ROBLOX)

Roblox servers are currently down, leaving fans unable to login and play games online.

The Roblox server status makes grim reading for fans, who have complained about not being able to access the game.

Independent website Down Detector has received thousands of reports that Roblox isn’t working.

The outage tracker monitors social mentions around certain topics to detect when services go down across the world.

The Down Detector outage map shows that the Roblox issues are affecting users in the UK, Europe and the US.

Needless to say, fans are venting their frustrations on Twitter, complaining about the Roblox login issues.

“Roblox is down like every other day now and instead of fixing that they are busy creating ugly sims looking characters,” one fan tweets.

“Roblox down if you don’t know. Website tabs won’t show and some saying they cant join games, I can join games but it loads the yellow “Noob” avatar instead of my avatar.”

“Wanted to play some Roblox before heading off for the day, ended up seeing Roblox down. Can’t see it well in this pic specifically, but other people are also complaining. welp.”

Fortunately, the game doesn’t appear to be down for everybody, as you can see from the following tweet.

“I’m seeing a lot of tweets saying that roblox is down but it’s not even down for me. Is it just me or does roblox like me today?”

Likewise, Roblox is yet to acknowledge the server issues, which suggests a fix is on the way.

In case you’re new to the platform, Roblox lets creators make and publish their own games.

The hugely popular platform is estimated to be worth a staggering $29.5billion, after gaining a large number of fans during the pandemic.

Video game creations are published and shared through the Roblox App, whatever platforms you are using.

It can be played on PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Amazon Devices, Xbox One, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive.

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