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  1. Depends on what they're doing, but since it's a weekly maintenance I think it's a safe bet to say that you'll be able to play sometime during this afternoon.
  2. Protip : You can disable and re-enable your network card in Windows to leave matches without being kicked (Takes 7 clicks). The game just thinks you timed out, and you can relog instantly.
  3. Another day, another thread saying the game is dying. What else is new?
  4. My character got disconnected while I was AFK for some reason, so I joined a district back and when I did - I spawned in first person view with noclip, and couldn't pause the game. This happened twice now, and all districts are going down. Please tell me this is just another random maintenance?
  5. As simple as that. I made a first payment which went trough and allowed me to buy some stuff, so I paid an extra 20$, the payment went trough on PayPal, and the website just gave me an error and no credits. I realize everything is kind of a mess at the moment, but you know, I can't undo what I've done now.
  6. Just purchased 20$ worth of G1C to show gratitude and though the payement was processed on PayPal, it just gave an error and now I have no G1C to spend...
  7. Can confirm, got into the game by spamming G1 login.
  8. Armas character selection is working now, guess something's fixed
  9. As much as I also want an update, they might be resting a bit at the moment and it would honestly be for the better. They've been up and working on this for so long...
  10. I don't like to bite the hand that feeds me, but these couple of hours are really taking a while. It makes me a little scared about what time the EU servers will come back on...
  11. It's a security put in place to counter (mainly) the Meltdown and Spectre exploits, which effectively allow any program to read any data inside your RAM - including credit cards and login information. You cannot turn it off, it's embedded into the Windows kernel.
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