Rumbleverse is yet another competitor in the battle royale genre, but instead of seeing who has the best gun in the lobby, it focuses on melee combat. To compete fiercely, you’ll need a reliable internet connection, but sometimes those problems can’t be avoided. Read on to find out how to test Rumbleverse’s online status.
The best way to tell if the Rumbleverse servers are down
Check the Rumbleverse Support Twitter page to see if the developers have announced any maintenance or known issues with the game if you are having trouble connecting to Rumbleverse. Any real-time changes to the game’s service will be posted here first.
You should check the status pages for the platform you are playing on if there is no announcement on their Twitter page. The following are live, clickable links to those locations.
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If you have checked all of the above and are still unable to access Rumbleverse, you should contact Epic Games’ Support team. If that doesn’t work, try connecting your system to the router directly via an Ethernet cable, then rebooting both devices. These problems are annoying, but if the server is malfunctioning, there’s nothing you can do about it until it’s fixed.
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