Microsoft's massive online gaming service, Xbox Live, was down for millions of people
- On Wednesday afternoon, core components of Microsoft's Xbox Live online service went offline.
- Microsoft warned of issues with core functionality, including "signing in; creating, managing, or recovering an account; and search."
- The issues didn't affect all Xbox Live users.
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Microsoft's online gaming service, Xbox Live, powers online gaming for millions of Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners.
On Wednesday afternoon, the service went offline for a large portion of those Xbox owners. Microsoft reported issues with the core functionality of Xbox Live, from basic signing in to account management and search functionality.
The Xbox Live service status website, seen above, noted that Microsoft's engineers and developers "are actively continuing to work to resolve the issue".
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