The Call of Duty: Warzone becomes a trending topic in the gaming industry right now after the launch on March 10, 2020. Though players are getting an online battle royale game in the Call of Duty franchise as a part of 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, it’s not stable or bug-free yet. The “Connection Failed” or “Connection Timed Out” error message wouldn’t be anyone’s cup of tea. Check out how to fix Call of Duty Warzone: Lost Connection to Host/Server. Connection Timed Out error.
The new Battle Royale (BR) game is available for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One platforms for free. Though you will need to install the Modern Warfare game after purchasing it. COD Warzone is a free-to-play game as an update over COD MW and comes with a huge 80GB-100GB in download size. The new Warzone features improved graphics, a wider map area, up to 150 players in a match, etc. During the multiplayer game mode, the game stuck on the pre-loading screen and shows an error like connection failed or lost connection to host/server.
Steps to Fix Call of Duty Warzone: Lost Connection to Host/Server. Connection Timed Out
Here we’ve shared some of the possible workarounds or you can troubleshooting the steps below that can be helpful to you if you’re also facing the similar kind of errors like connection error or connection timed out or can’t connect to host/server, and something like that. Plenty of people are facing a similar issue for PC and Xbox.
While one Redditor has reported that even after done with port forwarding, DNS settings, reinstalling the game & game data, hard reset the console can’t fix this issue. Though the internet speed and ping reply are good enough to play the game nicely. Now, the affected players are expecting that this is a server-side issue and maybe the hotfix update will solve this error. Now, let’s take a quick look at some of the possible tips or tricks to fix this connection error.
- Reboot the System and Game: Make sure to restart your game from the launcher at first. If nothing fixed, you can also try rebooting the Windows PC/Laptop as well.
- Check Internet Connection and Speed: Whether you’re using a wired internet connection or a wireless network, ensure that the internet data balance is enough and the download/upload speed is consistent or stable. For the Wi-Fi routers, you can try resetting the Wi-Fi connection from the router login page and try again.
- Disable any VPN or Proxy Servers: Some times players try to enable VPN (Virtual Private Network) or Proxy Servers to change the region/location for better ping response, etc. Simply remove the VPN/Proxy servers from the device and reboot the system again to check whether the issue has been fixed or not.
- Update System version and Graphics Driver: It’s always recommended whether you’re facing any issue or not, try to check for the latest updates and install the latest version to upgrade the system version & graphics driver for optimal performance.
That’s it, guys. We hope this troubleshooting guide was helpful to you. Feel free to ask in the comments below for any queries.
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