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Is Call of Duty Warzone down? Here is How to Check the Server Status

Sometimes, all you can do is check!
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It can be quite frustrating any time our favorite multiplayer games go down for maintenance or because of an outage. But, sometimes we might be led to question if the problem is occurring for everyone or not. After all, if it’s not a global problem, and if it’s something we can fix on our own, that’s good to know! Here’s how to check the server status for Call of Duty: Warzone.

How to Check Server Status for Call of Duty: Warzone

Thankfully, the company behind Call of Duty: Warzone has made it incredibly easy to figure out if an issue is local or global. Activision has an Online Services support page that has connection tips, the status of the server, and a list of recently resolved issues across their library of games. Here, you can check to see if the servers are down for PlayStation, Xbox, PC via Battle.net, Steam and Epic Games, as well as Switch.

If the issue you’re experiencing isn’t listed on this page, there are a few tips you might want to consider:

  • It can always be helpful to restart your router!
  • If you’re able to connect your console to a wired ethernet connection, give that a try.
  • Give your connection a speed test to see if you’re currently experiencing a network outage.
  • Limit your use of bandwidth-heavy applications that might hinder your experience with the game.

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If the issue you’re experiencing isn’t listed, but none of the above fixes are helping, there’s one fix we can recommend. That advice would be to walk away from the game for a bit and let the issue resolve itself. It could sound like a moot solution, but if nothing you’re doing is working, sometimes it can be best to take some time and give it another try later. Who knows? By the time you return, the stars could align and let you play your favorite game once again.

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