Wuthering Waves Server Status
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How to Check Wuthering Waves Server Status

The global launch for Wuthering Waves is finally here, and many players around the world are trying to dive into the game at the same time. This guide will explain how to check Wuthering Waves server status and where you can go to see if the game is down.

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Wuthering Waves Server Status Explained

At the time of writing, there is no official Wuthering Waves Server Status bot or tracker. While this may be a bit frustrating, there are a few ways you can currently tell whether the game is live or not.

  • Boot up Wuthering Waves and click “bulletin” on the login screen for the game’s latest updates.
  • Next, try to connect your game. If your game doesn’t load up after you’ve clicked your server, then you will need to look for a secondary source to verify.
  • Visit the official Wuthering Waves social media account, which posts server maintenance times.
  • Check social media and see if other players are also complaining about the game’s server not connecting.
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Wuthering Waves Server Maintenance

The latest Limited Banner in Wuthering Waves will end on June 13, 2024. This means it’s likely that we’ll get server maintenance on that same date. However, to check when the game’s servers will go down, make sure to follow Kuro Games and keep an eye out for any future events or upcoming patches that have been announced.

As stated above, you can also check the official “Bulletin” page that is featured on the game’s login screen for the latest server maintenance information. For a deeper breakdown of the RPG’s current events, check out our Wuthering Waves Banner Schedule guide.

Wuthering Waves is now available on iOS, Android, and PC.

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Brent Koepp
Based in California, Brent is an Editor at Siliconera and has been a journalist since 2010. When he's not playing JRPGs or catching 'em all in Pokémon, you can find him spending time with his wife and two dogs.