FIFA 22 and NBA 2K22 game-breaking bugs are crashing Xbox consoles

Xbox gamers have started to encounter a game-breaking bug in FIFA 22, which is apparently causing the whole system to crash. When the system reboots, the console indicates that the problem is a ventilation problem. The official Xbox Support Twitter account has addressed the issue, stating that the team is looking for solutions to the issue. However, some gamers are citing additional games that are forcing the system to shut down, namely Madden NFL 22, and NBA 2K22. At this point, it’s unclear if all of these issues are related, but it’s easy to see why this would be of concern to some players!

“Teams continue to investigate reports of consoles turning off or leaving home while playing NBA 2K22. Stay tuned for news here or on,” the company stated on Twitter.

The message that results from these crashes gives players advice on how to avoid similar ventilation problems, but players say it is happening even when the ventilation is completely free of potential obstructions. Clearly, this is not a problem on the part of individual users, but rather some kind of problem caused by the software itself. Unfortunately, there is also no way to tell how common the problem is, or if it is happening on specific Xbox consoles more often than others. The fact that Xbox is directly addressing the issue on Twitter would seem to imply that many gamers are encountering this error, at least in FIFA 22, but there’s just no way to know for sure.

It’s easy to see why this would create so much frustration for players! There is nothing more disappointing for a player than losing in a game when it is not their fault. The fact that Xbox directly addressed the issue bodes well for a fix, but it’s impossible to say for sure when it could happen. Hopefully, the problem will be solved soon and players will be able to enjoy these games without any further difficulties!

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[H/T: Dexerto]

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