Lost Ark Crashed Steam Servers
Lost Ark, which was originally made in Korea and eventually came to Europe-US servers, caused Steam to crash and long wait times.
Lost Ark, the free ARPG (Action Role Playing) MMO, broke the back of the servers. Originally made in Korea and released in 2019, Lost Ark Online came to Steam yesterday for players in the West to play.
Although the main release date of the game is February 11 (this Friday), early access players have been trying to enter the game since last night.
Lost Ark has locked its Steam servers
Lost Ark officials stated that they are aware of the problem and that Valve is working on Steam servers. However, after that, as a result of the players who managed to download the game this time, they tried to enter Lost Ark, and the Steam servers again struggled with problems. It is stated that the load caused by Lost Ark to Steam servers has exceeded Halo Infinite by many times.
Gamers who are hungry for a new MMO, especially a free MMO, have given Steam a bit of a headache. It should be noted that Lost Ark’s distributor in the West is also Amazon. Steam bandwidth, which went up to 23.5 Tbps at the launch of Halo Infinite, increased to 30 Tbps yesterday evening and over 40 Tbps today. We can understand how much load this puts on Steam by the number of players. It is stated that the number of instant players of Lost Ark is close to 600 thousand players as of now.
About this Game
Embark on an odyssey for the Lost Ark in a vast, vibrant world: explore new lands, seek out lost treasures, and test yourself in thrilling action combat. Define your fighting style with your class and advanced class, and customize your skills, weapons, and gear to bring your might to bear as you fight against hordes of enemies, colossal bosses, and dark forces seeking the power of the Ark in this action-packed free-to-play RPG.
You can access the game’s Steam page here.