New World : Are you in a long queue
The much-anticipated launch of New World is finally being rolled out worldwide and fans have flocked to the game in massive amounts, reaching a peak of over 700,000 players.
New World individual server capacity is currently capped at 2,000 players which, when multiplied by the 233 global servers, means as many as 466,000 users should be able to play Amazon's MMO at the same time. With new-game interest pushing the user count hundreds of thousands of players above what is currently feasible, however, folks who log into the game are now running headfirst into crowds of their fellow, aspiring adventurers.
Social media, as always the village square for these types of calamities, is currently inundated with screenshots showing queues thousands, sometimes tens of thousands deep.
Picking a server to play in New World is a difficult task in its own rights. Not many players enjoy playing in the most crowded server, but once you create your first character, all you'll want to do will be get back to your world and continue your journey. Only a pesky error like the " Timed out while waiting for spawn point" message can prevent you from logging into your server.
Continuously trying to log into the game won't work in most cases since the error is often caused after a log-out process while the servers are busy. Your character won't fully exit the game, which will prevent you from getting a spawn point.
Waiting a few hours before trying to log in again will often be the best course of action since your character will eventually drop out of the game by itself.
If you're in a hurry, you should try restarting your router alongside your PC. Resetting your network and gaming devices can help you bypass the error the next time you try to launch New World.
" We understand that some players are experiencing lengthy queue times and we are working hard on a few things to help address these issues," reads a developer update on the official New World website. " We are continuing to stand up additional servers and will expand the capacity of our existing servers once we have properly tested these changes."
Amazon also promises that players will be able to switch servers for free over the next two weeks, a service for which other online games often charge a small fee.
Keeping an eye on community platforms like MMOpixel or New World's official Twitter account can also be an excellent idea since you'll be able to keep up to date with New World fans who may be experiencing the same error or receive news from the devs regarding when they'd be able to fix such errors that are affecting a sizable part of the player base. If you need New World Conis, you can go to our website to buy now, is normal for sale now. Plenty of New World Coins is on sale.