New World has been live for a few hours, and more and more regions are starting to go online. As time goes on, the more we find the New World release date for various timezones is ramping up the demand for the game. New World floated around 200k concurrent players in early EU times, and now it is easily on its way to 500k.
However, the new demand is causing some more crazy server queue numbers. With the New World US East servers and the launch of the Australian servers, we are getting even more reports of 10k+ queues, with Utopia reaching a 25k player queue in the Australian region.
New World server queues
Pretty much every single server has a queue on it, no matter what server region you are on. If you go onto the server browser, you can see a somewhat accurate server queue table for each server. Some servers like Utopia report a 25k server queue, while NA server, Valhalla, reports 15k players in queue, while the server browser states at least 17k.
As the day has progressed, it appears that the server queue on these servers has become more and more accurate. If you’re desperate to give New World a go, we recommend going into one of the servers with a smaller queue or keep your eyes peeled on the new servers that Amazon is launching.
With how crazy some server demands are, especially the 10k server queues, Amazon Games has revealed that it is continuously making new servers, especially for smaller regions or language servers.
Since the game’s launch, Amazon Games have made seven German / English servers, two French servers, and one Spanish server in Europe. Over in Australia, there are four new servers, which should help ease the 25k player queue over on Utopia. You can find the new server information here, along with confirmation Amazon are looking into the server queue issues.
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