Ni No Kuni Server Maintenance & Downtime

The Ni No Kuni server maintenance and downtime is happening soon, and you should know when it’s going to begin and when the Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds servers will be back up. You need to finish any activity you might be in before the maintenance starts, find a safe location, and log out. Otherwise, the game will kick you out, and you’ll lose progress.

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ni no kuni server maintenance & downtime
Ni No Kuni Server Maintenance & Downtime

Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Downtime – Server Maintenance

The server maintenance downtime in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds will begin on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022; the exact time will depend on where in the world you live / what servers you play on. In North America and Europe, it will begin at 5 AM UTC, which translates to 10 PM Pacific Time / 1 AM Eastern Time / 6 AM BST / 7 AM CEST. As for all of you playing in Asia and South America, for you, the downtime will start at 12 AM CST / 2 PM JST and KST / 3 PM AEST. You can do your own math from there. The developers recommend that you “log out of the game in a safe location before the maintenance begins,” so keep that in mind and finish everything up asap. The game will be unavailable during maintenance, and it will be global.

When Will Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Servers Be Up

The Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds servers will be up when the server maintenance downtime wraps up. This, again, will depend on where you live and which servers you use. In Europe and North America, the developers should be done by 8:30 AM UTC, aka 01:30 AM Pacific Time / 4:30 AM Eastern Time / 9:30 AM BST / 10:30 AM CEST. When it comes to South America and Asia, the downtime is scheduled to end at 3:30 AM CST / 5:30 PM JST and KST, and 6:30 PM AEST. Of course, it’s always possible that the downtime will last longer than planned, so this is also something that you have to bear in mind. You can find all the important details here.

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