LOST Ark's western release has been delayed as fans can't access the game.
The web page is currently displaying an error message.
The website states: "We’ve encountered an internal server error processing your page request.
"We’ve been notified and are working on a solution. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
The game is supposed to be online today.
The official Lost Ark page tweeted: "Unfortunately, due to deployment issues, launch is delayed.
"We hope to have this resolved in a matter of hours. Your patience is appreciated and we’ll update you soon."
Fans have reacted with angry tweets.
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One disappointed gamer wrote: "Yo, but how the hell are y'all having Deployment issues in the first place?
"This game was literally already built and functional years before you ported it to global, you've already done the beta launch without issues, nothing has changed in the build…?"
Another said: "Can you at least let the founders play? i mean you locked the servers anyway for new players so why is there a reason to lock the already playing community out of the game??"
What is Lost Ark?
Lost Ark is a free-to-play fantasy MMORPG – or massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
Unlike typical fully 3D MMO games, Lost Ark uses a 2.5D top-down format like Diablo.
Players explore a fantasy world together, completing quests and dungeons – and battling in PvP.
The game was originally released in South Korean in November 2018.
But its full western release is set for February 11, 2022.
However, some players who purchased a Founder's Pack were given early access from February 8.
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