New World down: Server maintenance today, stability will be improved

Just yesterday, Amazon Game Studios had the extensive one November update for New World published the numerous new features and content brought with it. However, resurfaced after the release some new problems on. To get this under control again, maintenance work is on the program for today.

When does the maintenance work at New World take place?

As the developers have announced, the New World servers will shut down at 12:00 p.m. German time. The maintenance work are scheduled for around 2.5 hours, so you should log back in around 2:30 p.m. and continue your online adventure. The team made it clear that as part of the maintenance work not a new patch appears. There are also some servers (AP East) that will not shut down at the specified time. Here is the overview:

  • Zara
  • Barzakh
  • Hsuan
  • Kibu
  • Alakapur
  • Geatland
  • Erythie
  • Utopia
  • Buzhou
  • Fusang
  • Laputa
  • Lerna
  • Yulbrad
  • Acherusien
  • Delos
  • Kyphanta
  • Cynthus
  • Crommyon
  • Crete
  • Kressa

What is the purpose of maintenance at New World?

After the release of the update 1.1 for New World (buy now 39,99 €) had plagued many players mainly about stability and performance problems in the MMO. The effects were particularly noticeable during the wars in PvP. Amazon Game Studios quickly came up with a solution, but first had to test it internally. One of the community managers announced:

“Hello everyone! We are aware of the performance and stability issues with the latest update, especially during the war. We are currently testing improvements and will inform you as soon as possible as soon as a potential hotfix is ​​ready.”

This test phase has now been completed, so the developers can also make the corresponding changes to the New World live servers make.

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