World War Z Disconnection Error - Servers Down, Game Logic Loading Bug

World War Z Disconnection Error - Servers Down, Game Logic Loading Bug

World War Z just released, though many players are having trouble logging in. Here’s what’s going on.

World War Z is the co-op shoot-em-up based on the best-selling novel and subsequent movie. It’s essentially Left4Dead, only with a heck of a lot more zombies. It’s pretty fun, if you can get into a game that is, as World War Z has been plagued by server issues at launch. In this World War Z Errors guide, we’ll take a look at whether the World War Z servers are down, as well as the Game Logic Loading and Disconnection errors.

World War Z Disconnection Errors - Can’t Join Online Co-Op

Since World War Z launched, there have been a number of issues regarding players connecting to the game. This error is seen when trying to load into an Online Co-Op game, and leads to the player disconnecting from the server. The team over at Saber are aware of the issue, and have offered up the following suggestions.

  • The devs are currently spinning up extra servers to decrease load.
  • In the meantime, it is suggested that players load into offline play to hone their skills.

As you can see from the Tweet above, the team is working on a fix. In our experience, we have managed to get into a game after a few tries, so it might be worth reloading the game and making another attempt.

World War Z Game Logic Bug

Another error that players have been running into while attempting to load into Word War Z is a strange ‘Loading Game Logic’ bar at the loading screen. Speaking on Twitter, the devs behind World War Z had this to say about this particular issue: “If you’re getting stuck on “Loading Game Logic”, getting kicked from lobby, disconnecting or seeing jittery movement, the additional servers we’re spinning up will fix this in a couple hours. Offline play is a great place to build up your class while you wait!”

Are the World War Z Servers Down?

While it is fair to say that the servers for World War Z are less than stable right now, it does seem like they are still online. With the devs working on these fixes, and decreasing server load, it is likely that server issues will clear up soon. If there are any major changes to this, we will be sure to update this page.

World War Z is a brand new game to come out in 2019. For a look at what other games that are releasing this year, check out our Video Game Releases 2019 guide.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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