Is Roblox Down? Official Twitter account confirms game access issues

Earlier today, PC gamers reported encountering Roblox problem code 400 with Bad Request error explanation while playing on their Windows 11 or Windows 10 machines.

Soon, users took to Twitter to draw developers’ attention to the problem. Within minutes, the developers responded saying they were aware of the issue and were working on a fix.

Hello everyone, we are aware that some of you are having problems accessing Roblox. Our team is actively working on it. Thanks for your patience

Although this issue is widespread, not all Code 400s are a server-side issue. Below are some useful tips when players can’t access Roblox.

Roblox is down and many PC users can’t launch the game

The Code 400 error occurs when your PC attempts to communicate with the game server, but the request becomes invalid or inaccurate. This is basically a client-side error that has something to do with the client’s request before the server processes it. The problem can appear at any time in any menu, but it’s most often when trying to access an online resource, like visiting a friend’s profile.

What does 400 mean on Roblox?

Hello @Roblox this error is annoying does anyone know how to fix this i have tried so many times but PLEASE HELP.

Suppose you receive a 400 bad request error on your gaming device. In this case, it simply indicates that you are trying to access a website that is either unavailable due to maintenance or has a problem with firewall.

Fix Roblox Bad Request Error Code 400

If you encountered Bad Request – Error Code 400 on your Windows 11/10 gaming PC, you can try the methods listed below to fix the problem.

  • Reset internet settings
  • Delete temporary files
  • Temporarily disable security software.
  • Examine your internet and network connectivity.
  • Remove and Reinstall RobloxContact Support

Usually the error is caused by a hardware problem rather than a software one. So, before proceeding with the options discussed below, consider launching the game from another device to see if the same issue appears on the screen.

If so, restart your computer or laptop first, followed by your internet device (modem/router) for good measure. Also check to see if there is any server maintenance going on causing the website/server to crash. If so, you will have to wait for the servers to be backed up and your issue should be resolved.

Reset internet settings

This possible fix for Bad Request – Roblox Error Code 400 on your gaming PC is primarily for Windows 10 users. Resetting Internet Settings might resolve any potential conflict with the server

Delete temporary files

Otherwise, when you join an experience on #Roblox you might be kicked out due to an error loading data as shown below, the platform is still down and the problem keeps happening for some users. Please wait while this fixes itself. #RobloxBottom

Temporary files and data are frequently stored on your gaming device to facilitate gameplay. This stored data can become corrupted over time, leading to network issues, game freezes, or slow or unsuccessful game loading.

This approach requires you to clear your computer’s cache and Temp folder to see if that helps fix the error. If that doesn’t work, go to the next option.

Temporarily disable security software

This problem can be caused by anti-virus software or firewall (especially from third-party vendors). To exclude this idea as a possible author, temporarily disable antivirus and firewall. Once you have disabled your device’s security software, you can try again to see if the problem persists.

Locate the program icon in the notification area or system tray of the taskbar (usually in the lower right corner of the desktop), right-click the icon and select the option to disable or quit the program.

Examine your internet and network connectivity.

Since connectivity issues on your gaming platform can cause this error, you can run the Windows 10/11 troubleshooter to troubleshoot general network and internet connection issues on your device.

You may also need to run a network reset to reset network components and reinstall network adapters. If necessary, you can also remove your VPN software, reset your proxy settings, or disable/remove all proxy servers from your computer. Interference difficulties with servers can be caused by a VPN/GPN or a proxy.

Uninstall and reinstall the game

If all else fails, uninstalling the game and then reinstalling the game from the Microsoft Store on your Windows 11/10 PC is an option.


Players should ensure that Roblox is allowed to pass through their firewall, whether it is a dedicated third-party firewall or Windows Firewall.

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