WoW Servers Down?


WoW Servers Down?

Imagine that you have just finished your studies or work and now you want to play World Of Warcraft (WoW). It crashes when you try to start the game. This guide will show you how to check WoW's Server Status.

How to check WoW server status

Wow's servers are usually down on a weekly basis in order to maintain them. The downtime is usually listed on their website as being an hour, but it takes approximately 10 minutes. Check out Wow's Service Status Forums to find out when servers will go down. You can also check out the Customer Support Account of Blizzard on Twitter. They will keep players updated in real-time. You can check their official website to see if your server is still experiencing problems after the server maintenance. This allows you to see the WoW, WoW Classic, or Burning Crusade Classic realms statuses. It also provides information about which servers are green or red.

Why are Blizzard's/WoW servers not working?

As mentioned, WoW servers are usually down for maintenance on a weekly basis. Although they state that the server maintenance will take around an hour, it usually takes much longer. The downtime is usually not that long unless there is an emergency. The server will be down for approximately ten minutes.

How can I fix it?

This is a server-side issue. The Playerbase can't do much until the Developers fix the problem on the server. If the problem is not with you, then restart your system or the game. Verify that your Internet service is stable. Also, check that your WoW's Realm Server Status has turned green. For more information, contact the Customer Care Service or follow BlizzardCS Twitter.