Microsoft claims that Teams and Xbox have been fixed in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Microsoft has said that issues with accessing its Teams chat app and XBox gaming platform in the United Kingdom and Europe have been fixed.
According to outage tracker Downdetector, over 1,500 individuals in the UK reported problems with Teams.
A similar amount of people reported issues with Xbox Live.
Some customers who purchased the latest Call of Duty game, which was published on Friday, were unable to pay for it, but Microsoft stated that this has been resolved.
Microsoft says the services were interrupted by “an artificial increase in synthetic network traffic” on X, formerly Twitter.
“We’ve made configuration changes to remediate impact and after monitoring the service, we’ve confirmed the issue is now resolved,” the statement read.
Previously, the corporation stated that it had “identified some anomalies within our network infrastructure.”
Microsoft said earlier on Friday that the issue was limited to clients in the United Kingdom and Germany, although people in Sweden and Poland reported being unable to access services on social media.
DownDetector received reports from both of these countries, as well as additional European countries like as Finland and Switzerland.
Microsoft’s latest outage occurred in January, when tens of thousands of customers experienced issues.