Call of Duty DOWN: Warzone servers down with Black Ops Cold War

Call of Duty DOWN: Warzone servers down with Black Ops Cold War

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Call of Duty servers are down tonight, and it looks to be affecting gamers across PS4, Xbox One, PC and next-gen consoles.

Gamers first started reporting issues ar around 10pm GMT and have been kicked from live games. It’s unclear what has caused the issues tonight, or how long they might last.

Call of Duty Warzone servers are offline for many gamers, as are most core multiplayer services available in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War.

Activision has not changed its latest server status issues, but an update is expected if this outage continues tonight.

One user writes: “Haha nice, just started my hour-long double XP tokens for levelling and my weapons, love it.

Another adds: “Changing my Facebook relationship status to in a relationship with CoD and it’s complicated.”

Thousands of reports are coming in of the latest outage, meaning this could be a global problem for Call of Duty gamers.


Call of Duty shows off PC graphics in Black Ops Cold War trailer

Activision has confirmed that a big mid-season update is being released this week for both Warzone and Cold War, but this isn’t scheduled to go live until January 14.

A message from Treyarch explains: “Next week, Season One gets even bigger with new content in Multiplayer and Zombies! Get ready to drop into a massive new Fireteam map with your squad in Sanatorium, and fight for control of the nuclear codes in the all-new 6v6 MP mode, Dropkick.

“In Zombies, we’re turning the intensity up to 11 in the new Cranked mode, where every zombie killed resets the timer counting down to your demise. And in Onslaught, Raid joins the map list along with new Dark Aether intel for Zombies fans on PlayStation. This mid-season update arrives Jan. 14th, with more Season One content to come.”

For those waiting to get back into live games, it looks like queues are back in Warzone, providing an update on how long you might be stuck waiting.

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