How to fix First Class Trouble ‘Server shutting down’ error

A pesky First Class Trouble “Server shutting down” message is ruining the game for some players. In the pre-match setup, this error message can appear and kick all players from the game. It can happen

First Class Trouble “Server shutting down” error fix

First Class Trouble Server shutting down error fix

To fix the First Class Trouble “Server shutting down” error, players will want to exit to the menu and find another match.

At the time of writing, players are not able to bring other party members back to the lobby. Friends playing together will all need to be re-invited at the main menu screen.

To help speed up the process when “Servers shutting down in X seconds” appears, players can just immediately quit the game. This will speed up the process as waiting to be kicked can take up to 30 seconds at a time.

Are the First Class Trouble servers down?

First Class Trouble Server shutting down error fix

The First Class Trouble servers are not down.

While the error message does say “Servers shutting down” before kicking all players from the match, the game servers are still up and running. It’s therefore possible to simply search for another game.

However, if the “Servers shutting down” message continues to appear, it’s worth checking the official First Class Trouble Twitter page for regular updates. The developers are usually quick to post about any downtime for maintenance or server issues.

If the “Servers shutting down” message continues to appear, it’s recommended that you exit the game entirely and make sure it’s updated to the latest version. Then try booting back in and finding a match.

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