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How to Fix Your Profile Was Signed Out Error in Warzone 2.0

Server problems.

The Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has been facing problems after its launch. While Activision tries to stay clean of the bugs, glitches and server errors, it’s common to face these after the release of a new game.

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A new “Your profile was signed out” error message is coming up to players trying to play the game. This is not platform specific and includes PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. As the error reads, the game will automatically sign you out, leaving you unable to play the game. Here are a few fixes we have come up with.

How to Fix Your Profile Was Signed Out Error in Warzone 2.0

The “Your profile was signed out” error message is exclusive to the game servers. The servers are getting overcrowded after the title’s launch. However, there are a few basic fixes which may work.

Restart Warzone 2.0

If you are getting the error message, try closing the game completely and starting it once again. While this is a very basic and obvious move, it may fix your problem.

Related: How do you Fix Disconnected Code ‘Goldflake’ Error in Warzone 2.0

Server Status

While you are busy worrying about the error, we highly recommend checking the official game servers. You can also go to Activision’s support and submit a ticket. Keep checking the official social media handles of the game for more information on the servers.

Wait it out

If you can’t fix the error message, try waiting it out. There is only so much we can do from our side. The sheer number of players usually jam the official game servers with high demand. It’s best to wait and check later. Try playing the game when the traffic is low.

Those were all the potential fixes we could think of. If your friends list in the game is not working in Warzone 2.0, check out the how to fix friends list not working guide.

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