Developer Crytek is currently working on the Hunt Showdown servers. We’ll tell you how long the maintenance work on the Hunt servers will last and if there will be any delays.
Why it needs maintenance work? The PC servers of Hunt Showdown will go offline today due to follow-up work on the current update. In the next few days, there may be renewed short maintenance for the following reasons:
- Following hotfixes for updates
- Update of the server software
- Alignment of server to client version
Hunt Showdown server offline: How long will the maintenance last?
When will it continue? With a tweet, developer Crytek announced today, October 24, that maintenance work has begun. So you don’t have to worry that the servers are broken or simply down. The servers will go back online today, and these are the exact times. In total, the maintenance work is supposed to last around 3 hours:
- Start of Hunt maintenance: 09:00 a.m. CET, 24.10.2022 — 3:00 a.m. East Coast (US)
- End of the maintenance work: 12:00 p.m. CET, 24.10.2022 — 6:00 a.m. East Coast (US)
Will there be any delays? Currently, it is not known whether the maintenance work will be extended. However, developer Crytek explains that the one hour is only a rough schedule. So it could well take longer.
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The Live Servers will come down tomorrow, 24 Oct, to deploy Hotfix #2 for Update 1.10. This will fix the Black Market and has a tentative fix for the Console Disconnect issue.
PC: 9AM CEST
Consoles: 11AM CEST
Est. Downtime ~ 3 hours
Thank you for your patience!
— Hunt: Showdown | Update 1.10 (@HuntShowdown) October 23, 2022