COD Warzone has been home to a lot of different errors over the years. Ranging all the way from server issues, and bugs in the games, to the game, just being outright unplayable at times. And, when you aren’t suffering at the hands of these issues, you’re probably in a lobby full of hackers. The players are growing tired of these shortcomings and have been voicing their grievances. But, Activision is yet to acknowledge them and that’s where we come in. We’re here today to help you deal with a very annoying issue. We’re talking about error code 4 in COD Warzone and how to fix it for good.
Anytime, a COD player tries to log in to Warzone and just frag out and have a good time, they are treated to error code 4. This error basically renders the game useless as it doesn’t even let players connect to the servers. The players are treated to a message that says “You have been disconnected from the Modern Warfare servers. Let’s look at some fixes for this.
How to fix COD Warzone Error code 4
The first thing you wanna do is make sure that COD’s servers are up and running, as the error could be a result of the servers being down. Just visit Activision’s official website or COD Warzone’s Official Twitter and check the server status. Continue reading if the servers are up and running.
Get your files in order
To fix this error the first we’re gonna do is get rid of some files that may be interfering with our game. Here’s how:
Close the COD Warzone application
Exit all processes under Battle.Net
Go to your documents folder
Locate the Modern Warfare folder
Delete the Modern Warfare folder
Launch COD Warzone again
Don’t worry, deleting this folder won’t break your game or make you download new files. Once it’s been deleted, just launch Warzone again and try to go online. Continue reading if it doesn’t fix the issue.
Delete the Cache folder
We’re gonna be deleting more files to fix this error. Cache folders contain temporary files that are safe to delete so don’t be skeptical about this method. Here’s how you can do it:
Close all Blizzard processes
Press the Windows+R.
Search for %Programdata%
Look for the Blizzard entertainment folder
Delete the folder
Your issue should now be fixed.
This is all we have on fixing COD Warzone error code 4. As always, if your issue hasn’t been fixed, reaching out to customer support is your safest bet. Visit Digistatement for more Warzone articles. Thank you for reading!
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