Ni No Kuni Long Queue Times Explained

If you need the Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds long queue times explained, you’ve come to the right place. You’re not going to like what you read, but it is good to know what’s preventing you from playing the game, even if there’s nothing you can really do about it. Let’s dive in.

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ni no kuni long queue times explained
Ni No Kuni Long Queue Times Explained

Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Long Queue Times Explained

There are several potential causes for the long queue times in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, and it’s anybody’s guess whether it’s one of them at a time or all of them working in concert. The main reason behind the frankly unforgivable lines are bots. As I’m sure you all know, Cross Worlds has blockchain technology implemented, with plans of including NFTs at some point later in 2022. The problem is that even the hint of a chance of making a bit of money on NFTs instantly attracts bots, because of course it does. Even now when the bubble has well and truly burst, there’s still people trying to make a quick buck via AI and thereby preventing you from playing.

That said, it’s a little difficult to accept bots as the only explanation for the long queue times in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds. Why? Because they’ve started selling Daily Adventure buffs that allow you to skip the queue. “Quick Entry Benefit Applied,” I believe the text reads. So, the only solution for the terrible wait times the developers could have come up with is to milk you further to cut ahead in line? You’d be forgiven for thinking that they’ve made the servers poorly in order to cash in on people who are sick of waiting. And if it wasn’t intentional (which it most likely wasn’t), it’s still scummy. The ire of the player base is completely justified. I hope they leave in droves so that we never have to contend with this garbage again.

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