Discord is currently experiencing a global outage that is keeping users from logging in on their PCs and mobile devices. At around 8:00 a.m. EDT the internet chat room went down and the user has been unable to log in since. Discord is aware of the issue and tweeted that work is underway on a fix.
If you want to see when Discord is back up, you can check their server status page. The last update was at 9:19 a.m. EDT, saying that Discord “identified” the problem, a crucial first step to resolving it. An issue with Verizon services has caused problems with Cloudflare and its affected multiple sites including Discord.
Cloudflare is a network system that offers servers and domain names but experienced issues this morning due to a problem with Verizon, a Cloudflare spokesperson said.
How long that will take to be fixed still remains a mystery, though Discord employees must be working tirelessly to get the app back up. In the meantime, you can go back to Facebook Messenger to talk to your friends or just send a good, old-fashioned email.
Discord users are flocking to Twitter to share their discontent for the outage. Some people have contacts they can only chat with through Discord so an outage has left them in the dark. The frustration is being vented on social media; Discord started trending on Twitter, with more than100 thousand tweets sharing their takes on the situation.