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Servers for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands have been switched off with out a proof from Gearbox Software

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Fans are reporting widespread server outages for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, with the game not having even been out for a full day. It appears as if a problem associated to SHiFT key redemption and an always-online connection is guilty, however developer Gearbox Software hasn’t stated something on the matter.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands launched at present into the palms of many keen and excited Borderlands followers. However, nearly all gamers have talked about a popup that repeatedly exhibits up on the left-hand facet of the display. First, this popup tells you that you just’ve misplaced your connection to the game’s servers, then it says that you just’re linked once more.

The popups repeat endlessly, however now they’ve stopped fully. This is as a result of the servers for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands are offline. It’s at the moment not possible for gamers to matchmaker right into a cooperative session or declare SHiFT codes. Anything that requires an internet connection is unavailable.

Today, on-line providers have been practical, however gamers encountered many glitches and errors when matchmaking and taking part in collectively. It appears as if Gearbox Software has turned the servers off in order that it could handle the crux of the problem and get issues again on-line. However, the developer has but to touch upon the scenario on the time of writing. The solely factor the game’s official Twitter account has posted is shortened variations of the launch trailer.