Last Updated on November 6, 2020 by Aether
If you’re getting the Roblox error code 610, you aren’t the only one. This error seems to pop up occassionally for people when they’re trying to join or start a game in Roblox. The error seems to occur regardless of what type of Roblox game you’re trying to play too. Below, we will try and guide you on possible reasons for this error, as well as guide you on how to fix it.
Roblox error code 610 is specifically a joining error. The message which follows it is usually: Cannot join the private server: HTTP 400 () (Unknown error.) (Error Code: 610).
There are a few reasons to why this code may occur, and some of them are out of your control. Some of the reasons are:
- Server Issues for Roblox
- Server maintenance
- Account issues
Roblox Server Issues
One of the main reasons for the Roblox error code 610 is that the Roblox servers are just down. This happens often with all games, and is nothing to worry about, It’s possible to see if others are facing the same issue by looking at forums, Reddit, and DownDetector. The latter records spikes of issues on servers globally.
If the servers are down, all you can do is wait. Sometimes server issues or maintenance will be posted on official Twitter accounts, but if they are short fixes, it is unlikely.
Sign Out & Back In
Quite often, the simplest fix is usually the best. Sometimes signing out and logging back in can fix a whole heap of issues. Once you’re on your Roblox account, click the gear wheel and click logout.
Refresh the page, and log back in. After this is done, you should now try and join a new game or rejoin one you were previously trying to play. If this has worked, then there would have been in issue with your account somehow. If you’re still getting the Roblox error code 610 though, there are some other fixes which will we outline below.
Download Roblox On Another Platform
A lot of people play Roblox on their personal devices, if you are one of these people, try downloading the game on a PC or laptop, and then try logging in. If this has fixed the issue, then your device might been upgrading or updating.
If you don’t get the error on the PC or laptop, consider deleting Roblox off of your personal device and redownloading from scratch.
Hopefully the above fixes have sorted out your issue. It’s unlikely that one of them hasn’t worked, but if not, please let us know and we’ll try our best to help. Have fun in Roblox!