Hunt: Showdown Servers Undergoing Restart Due to Network Error

Hunt: Showdown, is experiencing a temporary server shutdown due to a network error. The developer Crytek announced the issue and their plans for a restart on their official Twitter account, asking players for their understanding and patience as they work to fix the problem.

The error, which affects both PC and console platforms, reportedly prevents players from connecting to matches. To resolve this, Crytek has taken the initiative to restart the live servers on both platforms. Players are advised to extract from their current matches to save their Hunter and match progress before the shutdown takes effect.

Crytek estimates the downtime to last for approximately 30 minutes. In the meantime, they will provide updates on the server restart and any other relevant information about the network error on their Twitter account.

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