There is sweet news and unhealthy news for Call of Duty followers in the present day, with an ongoing server outage inflicting multiplayer points throughout PS4, Xbox One, PC and next-gen consoles.
COD followers are reporting that Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War servers are nonetheless down, following good news for Warzone gamers.
The official Activision server status website suggests the identical factor; that Warzone servers are returning to regular while Cold War stays affected.
Cold War is presently utilizing a queue system, which means that it’d take a number of minutes to log in. The Cold War queue often states a sure time till you possibly can sign up, however then reset on account of excessive demand.
The good news is that stories of a server outage are dropping, which means that extra players are getting again on-line.
The newest message from Activision on the state of affairs reads: “We’re currently experiencing connectivity issues. This incident is under investigation.
“This incident is still open, and we are working to restore online services as quickly as possible.”
From what has been shared to date, this new outage doesn’t seem like one that may final a very long time, and could possibly be fastened throughout the hour.
Until then, Cold War players might battle to connect with reside video games, and Black Ops queuing will stay in impact till issues enhance.
There isn’t any ETA on when servers might be again on-line and there was no phrase on what has left players throughout PS4, Xbox One and PC unable to attach.