On April 13 about 6:30 AM IST Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone Servers are in fact down for everyone. The new Call of Duty franchise entry from Infinity War has a large player base, and they are unable to connect or log in to the duty server call.
⚠️ BREAKING ⚠️
Activision has confirmed that all Call of Duty titles, including Modern Warfare and Warzone, are currently experiencing issues with the servers down.
These issues are affecting all platforms (Xbox One, PS4, and PC). They are currently working to resolve this. pic.twitter.com/pyZljbU7o6
— Call of Duty Modern Warfare News (@MWModernWarfare) April 12, 2020
Users on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC all face the same challenges as Ubisoft is working to try to get it back online. Activision has reported that servers are currently experiencing problems for both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, which prohibit players from connecting to the online servers of the match.
Shortly after players started experiencing these problems, Activision updated their support page to display connectivity drops across 15 of their titles and it seems older systems such as Xbox 360 and PS3 are also affected.
Players will hope that Activision will soon be able to find and enforce a fix for this, although it is not entirely clear what causes these widespread communication problems. Previously, Activision experienced daily downtime due to an rise in the number of users playing duty call on their server due to the lockout of coronavirus.
Although the problem appears to have been solved, others indicated that restarting their game and/or console had failed. So if you’re still having problems just try restarting your games and that could solve the problem. You can have to wait in a server queue to start playing again if you fail to link to the game.
170 Million Downloads in Just 2 Months of Launch : Call of Duty – Mobile
Call Of Duty Mobile Launching On Android & iOS On October
Call of Duty: Mobile is Coming Soon to Android & iOS