Ever since the last COD Warzone update rolled out, players have been encountering Error code 65538. This prevents the player from going online and connecting to matchmaking services. Players have been repeatedly complaining about this issue but to no avail. The devs are yet to give the players any kind of good news or fixes for this issue. From what we know, this issue can occur due to many different reasons involving problems with your internet connection and/or issues with Activision’s servers. Now that the devs have refused to comment on this, we’ve had to take matters into our own hands. Today, we’ll be going through some possible fixes and workarounds for this error. Let’s begin.
How to fix COD Warzone Error code 65538
First, we’ll make sure that you’re actually getting enough bandwidth to connect to COD servers. So, you need to run a quick internet test and determine whether everything is running properly or not. Once, this is done we’ll be ready to start.
Restart your router
More often than not, COD errors are encountered due to faulty internet being provided by your ISP. In order to properly play COD without any disturbances or disconnections, you need to make sure your internet is working properly. Here’s how:
Simply turn off your router and make sure it has been disconnected from all outlets and ports. Wait for a few seconds and turn your router back on. Launch Warzone and try to go online. Continue reading if the issue still exists.
Restart your game
Now, this won’t be a proper list of fixes if we don’t mention the most obvious fix of them all. Restarting your game can almost always fix any issues you might be facing. Simply exit COD Warzone and relaunch it. Try and find a match once the game restarts. Continue reading if this method doesn’t work for you.
Check COD’s server status
Another reason for the occurrence of this error could be due to COD’s servers being down. So, we’re gonna verify whether the servers are up or not. To do so, simply visit Activision’s official website or Warzone’s official Twitter and check for the server status. If the servers are down, you’re gonna have to wait for them to go up before you can start playing COD Warzone.
Finally, your issue should now be non-existent. And if it isn’t you should consider reaching out to customer support. Visit Digistatement for more news on COD. Thank you for reading!
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