Activision Says Connectivity Disaster for Call of Duty: WWII Has Been Fixed, but Many Are Still Unable to Play

Have Call of Duty: WWII Connectivity Issues Been Resolved? 

For anyone who has been waiting for Call of Duty: WWII to drop, you may have been disappointed with the connectivity issues preventing you from getting online. Now however, Activision has tweeted that these connectivity issues have been resolved on all platforms, but with numerous complaints that the servers are still down, this may depend on your region.

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When Call of Duty: WWII launched at midnight EST last night/9 pm PST the servers crashed, with many players reporting Error Code 103295. This error made it impossible to play online and considering just how much of an emphasis fans put on multiplayer, this was a big deal. Although Activision may not have been able to predict just how many people would be jumping on to play, history tells us that Call of Duty games, and other AAA games have a tendency to crash at launch. Regardless, Activision has announced that the connectivity problems have been resolved. You can check out the tweet below.

While this may have fixed the issue in most regions, many players in Australia have taken to Twitter to let Activision know that they are still unable to get online. And considering they have been unable to connect to multiplayer for hours, some are wondering if Activision will throw in a little something extra for the troubles. An extended period of double XP anyone?

For those who are able to get onto multiplayer, you can now open your loot on the beaches of Normandy and participate in the new social space similar to that of Destiny! Call of Duty: WWII is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. If you’re wondering if it’s worth picking up, you can check out our review here.

Have you been able to get online or are you still experiencing trouble getting onto multiplayer? Let us know in the comments below and keep it locked for updates.