Minecraft Dungeons, a new action role-playing spinoff was launched across the globe. Unfortunately, players are now experiencing a game-breaking error. Unable to verify game ownership error has left Minecraft players stuck!
It was launched on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Due to an error the launch seems to have ruined for many of the players. Players are experiencing a “game ownership not established” error, which blocks access to the game due to some kind of licensing issue.
Minecraft Dungeons ‘Unable To Verify Game Ownership’ error
The problem is mostly faced by PC players. Players receive an error stating “Sorry, you don’t appear to own Minecraft Dungeons on this account.”
“Make sure you are signed in to the correct Xbox Live account and restart the game.” Developer, Mojang Studios, has now acknowledged the issue and is working towards solving it at the soonest.
The team is working on resolving the “Unable to Verify Game Ownership” error on Minecraft Dungeons on Windows. If you’ve purchased the game, we thank you for your patience as we work on a fix.— Mojang Status (@MojangStatus) May 26, 2020
Mojang tweeted stating, the issue should have now been solved for most of the players while Windows user still facing the problem.
Minecraft Dungeons: The issues around “Unable to Verify Game Ownership” on Windows are still ongoing for some players due to an outage. Please check https://t.co/qJbw6nCVxW for more details. We’ll update with any new info. Thanks for your patience! – HZ— Mojang Status (@MojangStatus) May 27, 2020
Keep watching this space for more updates on the error.