updated - January 26, 2020 Sunday EST
A quick glance in Xbox Support page will confirm that the Xbox Live players' nightmare has finally ended. The Microsoft-controlled site's services and application are now labeled with 'up and running' which technically means the tech company has already resolved the issues earlier this week.
Microsoft posted that Xbox Live Core Services, Purchase and Content Usage, Website, TV, Music and Video, and Social and Gaming services in Xbox Live web site are all up and running smoothly as compared to its former reported state.
Reports have said the Washington-based tech company confirmed the some connectivity issues in Xbox Live that impeded online gaming. Microsoft said users of their online counterpart will not be able to access and retrieve data stored in cloud storage. A user has confirmed the issue and said, "I could not get my cloud-synced save for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and was forced to play offline."
Microsoft also said the glitch does not allow players to join 'other Xbox Live members in online games' and manage and track what their friends are doing. Xbox Live users were also not able to send text message to their Xbox Live friends. Unlocking and viewing of achievements was also disabled for a while.
The problem which affected Xbox One and Xbox 360 features gained Microsoft's attention and thankfully, the tech giant was able to settle the issue before the situation got worse. "Our team is engaged and working hard to get everything resolved. Thanks for your patience while we get this worked out."
Aside from the Xbox Live, Microsoft's Xbox TV as well as music and video services was also been plagued by the cloud service problem. The glitch limited Xbox Video Store and Xbox Music Store browsing on Xbox One and Xbox 360 only.
Xbox Live and Xbox TV's temporary glitch was reportedly because of Azure cloud service.
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