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Tiny Tina Online Not Working: How to Fix

Players of Tiny Tina’s Wonderland are having a few issues getting online and/or taking advantage of online features.
Players of Tiny Tina’s Wonderland are having a few issues getting online and/or taking advantage of online features. / Gearbox Software

Players of Tiny Tina’s Wonderland are having a few issues getting online and/or taking advantage of online features.

Those players who have been able to boot up Tiny Tina’s Wonderland have been met with a whole new section of issues, including multiplayer not operating correctly and not being able to input Gearbox Software’s well-known SHiFT Codes and redeem the associated rewards. Fortunately, the majority of these issues are caused by problems with the game’s servers—not necessarily player error.

Below, we’ve explained how players can go about fixing both.

Tiny Tina SHiFT Codes Not Working: How to Fix

Tiny Tina’s Wonderland already makes use of the SHiFT code network for its multiplayer function. Unfortunately, quite a few players have been met with difficulty when attempting to engage in those features. This has manifested as a “SHiFT Connection Lost” pop-up at various intervals throughout the game.

There is no fix for this issue at the time of writing. It is a problem on the developer side rather than one the consumer can fix. Fortunately, however, Gearbox is aware of the problem and is currently working on a fix.

Tiny Tina Unable to Connect Issue: How to Fix

We’ve provided a few options players can utilize in order to fix their connection issues on the publisher and consumer sides:

  1. Check the game’s server status via official channels such as verified social media.
  2. Restart the game application.
  3. Disable and re-enable the internet connection via the playable device.
  4. Restart the physical router.
  5. Check with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) about outages or known issues occurring at that time.

Tiny Tina Multiplayer Not Working: How to Fix

Tiny Tina’s multiplayer functions are likely being impacted by both issues listed above. After all, the game makes use of the SHiFT Network in order to connect players together, which requires a stable connection on both sides.

Since Gearbox has come out and acknowledged the problem—taking responsibility for a potential fix—players who are still experiencing issues may just have to wait for the patch to come out.