Battlefield 1 finally launches today across the world. One of the best shooters of this year will be taking us back to the great war in all its glory, showcasing a pure destruction and chaos.

Battlefield 1 Facing Connection Issues on First Day

Seems that the launch of Battlefield 1 didn’t go smoothly as most of the players are facing trouble with the connection while playing online. Most of the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players residing in the U.S. and the United Kingdom are reporting the problem. According to the players, they see the message “you lost connection to EA servers” while trying to log in to the game.

On the other hand, PlayStation Network servers are down today due to the “maintenance“, barring millions of PS4 gamers to try out the biggest shooter of this year. According to the reports, the PSN servers will be back in a while. EA Support on the Twitter have been updating the followers related to the connection issues with the PSN and also said that they are looking to resolve the matter.

One hacking group was targeting the EA DICE servers on the Battlefield 1 launch day, but apparently, the servers are down without any effort. Currently, the developers are aware of the connection issues, and are working to fix the connectivity issues.

Battlefield 1 is now available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game was initially available for PC and Xbox One via First Play Trial, allowing the players with 10 hours of game access with  five multiplayer maps and two campaign missions. Stay tuned for more updates!

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