It’s been quite some time since the launch of the visual novel game Mystic Messenger, but the game still runs into errors for users. There are a variety of errors with the game, but the most occurring seems to be the Mystic Messenger “Service Unavailable” error 503. Other errors that we will help you fix today are the Mystic Messenger Network error and “Cannot connect to destination host.” Keep scrolling and we will help you fix the error.
Fix Mystic Messenger Error 503 “Service Unavailable,”
The complete error message appears as “Error 503: service unavailable: back-end server is at capacity.” As the error message states a problem with the server, that’s the first place to look. However, there is no official way to monitor the status of the servers. Nevertheless, you can still monitor the servers by watching out for other people who have similar errors. Observe the #mysticmessenger on Twitter and users would report the issue if they are facing it. If a large number of users face the issue, it means there’s problem with the servers. In such a case, there is nothing you can do other than wait for the developers to resolve the error soon.
Besides that you can try rebooting the application. It best that you reboot the phone and then, attempt to launch the game. Often times, issue such as the Mystic Messenger Error 503 “Service Unavailable,” does not last for more than an hour or so.
Fix Mystic Messenger Network Error
If you encounter the Mystic Messenger Network error, you best bet is to restart the device or wait for a while and the game should be back. Just like so many errors with this game, there is no guidance from the developers. When you encounter the issue, ensure that your internet connection is steady and you are not on a public network. If the error continues, it could be a temporary glitch with the game that would go away in a few minutes or hours. Try connecting to the game using a VPN. You can use one of the free VPNs. We suggest you try ExpressVPN.
Fix Mystic Messenger “Cannot connect to destination host”
The Mystic Messenger “Cannot connect to destination host” error occurs when trying to log-in. The error can occur when there is a problem on the server-end or there is a problem with your connection. We suggest that you try all the solutions we have shared for the above errors including the possibility of the servers being down. If nothing works, try deleting and reinstalling the application.