New World Server Status: How to Check if New World is Down

Amazon Games Orange County

Amazon Games thrusts you into the world of Aeternum in New World. Grow your power, join a faction, master different fighting styles, and more in this MMORPG. You may face connection issues while on your journey. Check out this article for some guidance!

When is New World Server Downtime?

Server downtime happens when developers need to make updates to their games. New World doesn't have a set time for maintenance, but Amazon Games Orange County announces maintenance dates and times on their official X/Twitter account, New World Game Status.

Note that Steam's weekly server maintenance happens every Tuesday at around 4:00 PM PST, so it's best to plan accordingly.

How to Check if New World Servers Are Down

The best way to find out if New World's servers are down is by going to the officialNew World's Server Status page. Here, you can see all servers from the west side of the U.S., the east side of the U.S., South Australia, the European Union, and Andhra Pradesh. If you see a checkmark next to a server in your area, it's online. A wrench means it's under maintenance, and an X means the server is offline.

You can also visit the New World Server Status page on NWDB. It's not an official site, but it gets the job done. NWDB tells you everything on the official page and how many people are on each server. Keep in mind that each server's maximum capacity is 3,000 players. This is important because you'll probably experience lagging and other issues if you're on a server near its max.

Official New World Communication Channels

These are all official New World social media accounts:

How to Fix New World Server Connection Issues

If New World servers are up, the problem is likely on your end. Try following the steps below to fix it:

  1. Check if New World is up to date.
  2. Restart New World.
  3. Restart your PC.
  4. Check your internet connection.
  5. Restart your router.
  6. Turn off your VPN.
  7. Turn off your Proxy Server.
  8. Turn off your firewall.

If none of these steps work, you'll have to call your internet service provider or contact customer support.