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@mm_loginservices_TooManyRequestsException – A Quick Fix

A solution to yet another New World server error

Updated: Sep 30, 2021 3:37 pm
@mm_loginservices_TooManyRequestsException –  A Quick Fix

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If you’re trying to queue up for New World, you’ve probably noticed that it is taking some time, almost painstakingly so, and if you’re getting the @mm_loginservices_internalservererrorexception error, we can only hope you haven’t destroyed your setup with a desk slam.

New World too many request exception error code

While the @mm_loginservices_internalservererrorexception error is simply kicking people out of the line, if you’re experiencing the @mm_loginservices_TooManyRequestsException error notice, hold off pressing the X, there might just be a way out.

Using our incredibly powerful investigatory spidey senses, we’ve managed to locate a fix for the @mm_loginservices_TooManyRequestsException New World error. The trick is to simply wait. Yes, you heard that right, wait, wait, and wait some more. This error is a false one, almost goading users to quit the queue in a fit of rage but don’t succumb. If you’re able to fight the urge, after a couple of minutes you should find yourself back in the same queue and position as before, losing no progress in the efforts to get into New World.

Many players have reported the fix over on the New World Reddit and Discord, and it seems that it is working. Just don’t press play and you should get your position in the queue back.

However, if you get the “Failed to join login queue” pop up alongside the above, you have unfortunately run out of luck and you’ll have to re-queue.

While all of this is incredibly annoying, Amazon Games is adding new servers to cope with the issues so hopefully, you won’t be seeing errors of this sort for much longer.

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