Since late Friday afternoon, Between us Developer Innersloth managed to stop a DDoS attack against both North American and European servers, leaving many people unable to play the popular game. “The service will be offline while the team works to fix the problem, but it may take some time, stay tuned! Sorry!” Innersloth said on Friday in a tweet spotted by .
the server is still down while we work to fix the DDoS problem
they can turn on/off but will update u when we think they are stable, sorry!!! pic.twitter.com/vMmb74ttbJ
– Among us servers down (@AmongUsGame) March 26, 2022
At the time of this writing, Innersloth has attempted to restore some servers, but the situation doesn’t appear to be completely resolved with the game’s official Twitter account still saying “The server among us has been closed. deactivated” in his profile. “Can’t believe I’m working Saturday right now, I had to go buy a croissant,” said Innersloth in a particularly desperate-looking update over the weekend.
Thanks to its popularity, Between us is no stranger to disruptive hacking attacks. The game experienced a widespread spam attack affecting 5 million players after an individual named ““Find a way to hack millions of games. This event has led to a lot of grief and disappointment in the gaming community, with many people Reddit to vent their frustrations on hackers.
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