If you’re logged in to Call of Duty: WWII and suddenly got kicked out due to a playlist update and can’t get back in, don’t worry! You’re not the only one.
It seems Sledgehammer Games has rolled out an unannounced COD: WWII playlist update, which we don’t know what it’s for exactly. After installing it, players will be put in a queue to connect to online multiplayer. However, after waiting, players will be greeted with this little screen:
Over on the Call of Duty: WWII subreddit, multiple users have mentioned they’re experiencing the same, though some have said that they can finally login. I’ve tried it again just now at the time of this writing, and nope, still showing up as an error code.
Once Sledgehammer Games issues an update, or it’s fully resolved, we’ll be sure to let people know.
In other Call of Duty: WWII news, Sledgehammer released a game update yesterday though it doesn’t change anything aside from taking out the Winter Siege event. Speaking of which, if you’re a PC player and you’re affected by the Winter Bribe issue, don’t fret, Sledgehammer has something “special” planned for you.