Call of Duty Warzone servers are temporarily down tonight, with Activision providing the latest updates.
While the outage isn’t expected to last all night, Call of Duty Warzone servers are currently down for many COD fans trying to access the game across different platforms.
The outage began at around 10pm BST and has seen thousands of reports shared by affected fans on social media and online.
Call of Duty Warzone Servers Are Down
It’s unclear what has caused tonight’s connection problems or how long they might last across PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms.
Many fans are currently being placed in Warzone server queues, which end in a connection error message. Estimated wait times are given but can change rapidly, according to those trying to access core services, while many say that they don’t contain any viable information.
Activision has confirmed the outage, which is also affecting other Call of Duty games, like Black Ops 4. A message from Activision adds: “Connectivity drop across listed titles: We’re currently experiencing connectivity issues. This incident is under investigation.”
Affected games confirmed by Activision include the following titles:
Call of Duty: Black Ops III on Windows
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on PlayStation 4
Call of Duty: Vanguard on All platforms
Call of Duty: Warzone on All platforms.
More news and updates are expected to be shared by Activision and the Call of Duty support teams if tonight’s problems continue for longer than an hour. It appears that gamers across multiple platforms are affected, and that’s why so many connection error reports are being shared online.
Warzone was recently updated with new Season 4 content, including new movie tie-in skins, and a fresh Zombies mode to play on Rebirth Island. There are also reports that the game’s next season could be its last before the arrival of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 later in 2022.
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