Disney Plus viewers have been left less than impressed after realising they can’t watch WandaVision on the Xbox app.
The series, starring Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany as Vision, hit our screens on Friday (well, not for everyone).
The Marvel show plays with its audience’s perception of reality, leaving fans guessing what’s real or – perhaps more precisely – who is real in the story.
Some viewers were thrilled that they were finally able to watch the first two episodes of the programme, although, for some reason, it just wouldn’t play on the Xbox.
Unhappy viewers quickly took to social media to express their disappointment at not being able to watch
One tweeted: ‘Still can’t get #WandaVision to load on the Xbox app. Shows two episodes as being available, but they won’t actually come up. Both app and system reboots didn’t fix it.’
Another raged: ‘One hour later and #WandaVision is still not working on Xbox. Absolutely pathetic @disneyplus.’
While one added: ‘Had to pull up #WandaVision on the laptop. Disney+ not working on Xbox App.’
‘I can’t lie… I’m really bummed that #DisneyPlus and #WandaVision is literally just *not* working. I don’t think I’ve ever had this problem before so I’m not sure how to deal with the frustration I’m feeling,’ another commented.
In WandaVision, Wanda and Vision’s domestic life in the suburbs is the predominant focus of the series, the married pair settling for marital bliss over superhero escapades.
This likely takes strong inspiration from the 1980s The Vision and the Scarlet Witch comic book series, which follows a similar storyline as the couple decide to take a step back from the Avengers.
In the trailers for WandaVision, it is revealed that Wanda becomes pregnant, something that also happens in the second volume of The Vision and the Scarlet Witch series, published in 1985, when she gives birth to twins, having conceived the babies with the help of magic.
WandaVision is available to watch on Disney Plus.
Credit: Original article published here.