Fix: Warzone 2 Can’t Find Match PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox

Infinity Ward and Activision have recently released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (2022) title, including the latest Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 as a free-to-play online battle royale video game. Warzone 2.0 is a successor version of Warzone (2020) that offers a huge combat area with new weapons, operators, maps, and more. However, it seems that Warzone 2 players can’t find matches on almost all platforms, such as PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox devices.

This is where the game isn’t finding enough players to fill the lobby, resulting in games not starting or rounds beginning without a full lobby. Some Call Of Duty Warzone players may find it difficult to join a match from time to time. If it’s taking a long time for you to join a match in Warzone Pacific, or if the game seems to be stuck in the “Searching for a match” screen longer than you expect, then the chances are high that you’re having server issues.

Fix: Warzone 2 Can't Find Match PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox

Fix: Warzone 2 Can’t Find Match PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox

If we talk about the can’t join online matches or can’t to find the matchmaking process on Warzone 2.0, then server-related technical glitches might come first. We should also mention that many active players are trying to get into matches across the globe and all popular platforms. It increases the server overload issue most of the time, which occurs in matchmaking issues. We’re expecting that devs will try scaling up its servers asap.

Currently, there are several potential workarounds mentioned below that should come in handy. So, without wasting more time, let’s jump into the troubleshooting methods below.

1. Check for the Activision Online Services

You can try checking out Activision Online Services to ensure there is no issue with the server whatsoever. After visiting the webpage, you can select Refresh to get the updated status report. If in case, there is an issue with the server status then make sure to wait for a couple of hours and try again. You should also visit the CallofDuty Twitter account and the Raven Sofware Twitter account to get up-to-date.

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2. Check Your Internet Connection

The second thing you can do is cross-check the internet connection at your end no matter if you’re using a wired (ethernet) or a wireless (Wi-Fi) network. In some cases, several devices or Wi-Fi routers can have networking glitches that might trigger slow internet speed and stability issues.

So, switching the wired network to wireless or vice versa at your end is recommended. Additionally, you can check the data speed test online while connected to the same network or try playing other online games as well.

3. Reboot COD Warzone 2.0

It’s suggested to reboot the game on your respective gaming device to refresh the temporary glitch or cache data issue forcefully. Some players might have fixed matchmaking issues after restarting the game. So, you can also try doing the same.

4. Update Warzone 2.0

Sometimes an outdated game version can trouble you a lot when it comes to upgrading the game on your specific device by following the steps below.

For Battle.net: (PC)

  • Open the Battle.net desktop app on your PC.
  • Now, click on the COD: Warzone 2.0 game.
  • Click on the cogwheel icon (settings) next to the Play button.
  • Finally, select Check for Updates and wait for the process to be completed.
  • If there is an update available, make sure to download and install the game update.

For Steam: (PC)

  • Open Steam > Go to Library.
  • Click on COD: Warzone 2.0 from the left pane.
  • Steam will automatically search for the available update.
  • If there is an update available, click on Update.
  • Make sure to wait for some time until the update completes.
  • Once done, ensure to reboot the PC to apply changes.

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For PlayStation:

  • Turn On your PS4/PS5 console > Go to the Home screen.
  • Now, navigate to the main menu on top.
  • Head over to the Games tab.
  • Scroll down to Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and highlight it.
  • Press the Options button on your controller.
  • Finally, choose to Check for Update from the drop-down menu.

For Xbox:

  • Make sure to turn on your Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S gaming console.
  • Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the menu.
  • Now, scroll down to the right > Select Settings.
  • Scroll down until you see Updates & downloads.
  • From the next page, select Keep my console up to date and Keep my games & games up to date to enable the checkbox.

5. Verify and Repair Game Files

Sometimes missing or corrupted game files on the PC can trigger several issues with the game launching as well as joining into the matchmaking screen. So, you can verify and repair the game files on your Windows by following the steps below.

For Battle.net: (PC)

  • Launch the Battle.net client on your PC.
  • Now, click on the COD: Warzone 2.0 that you’re trying to repair.
  • Click on the cogwheel icon (settings) next to the Play button.
  • Select Scan and Repair > Click on Begin Scan.
  • Wait for the repair to finish > Once done, close the launcher, and reboot the PC to apply changes.

For Steam: (PC)

  • Launch Steam > Click on Library.
  • Right-click on COD: Warzone 2.0 from the list of installed games.
  • Now, click on Properties > Go to Local Files.
  • Click on Verify Integrity of Game Files.
  • You’ll have to wait for the process until it gets completed.
  • Once done, just restart your computer.

6. Enable Crossplay

It’s also worth mentioning to enable the crossplay feature from the Warzone 2.0 Settings menu by following the steps below. If your crossplay option is turned off then you might encounter multiplayer mode or matchmaking connectivity issues.

For PlayStation:

  • Launch Warzone 2.0 on PS4/PS5.
  • Press the Options button on your connected PlayStation controller.
  • Now, go to the Settings menu > Scroll down to Account and Network.
  • Make sure to Turn On the Crossplay feature.

For Xbox:

  • Turn on your Xbox console > Navigate to General Settings.
  • Select Online safety and family.
  • Go to Privacy and Online Safety > Select Xbox Privacy.
  • Visit View Details and Customize.
  • Choose Communication and Multiplayer.
  • You’ll have to select Cross-network play > Just turn it OFF.

For PC:

The Crossplay feature comes enabled by default for the Warzone 2.0 PC version on both the Steam and Battle.net launcher. So, there is no option to turn it off at your PC end manually.

7. Try Using a Different Region Server

You can try using a different region server that might reduce the matchmaking issues or stuck on the queue issues in most cases. If you’re using the Battle.net launcher, close the game and go to the main menu. You can click on the globe icon next to the game title to change the server region. If in case, you’re using the Steam launcher or Xbox or PlayStation console, you might not be able to do so.

8. Disable VPN or Proxy Servers

Disable VPN or Proxy servers on your PC or Wi-Fi router to avoid server connectivity glitches. Sometimes higher ping delay can easily occur server connectivity issues or matchmaking issues.

9. Ensure NAT Type is Open

If in case, you’re using the NAT Type ‘Strict’ or even ‘Moderate’ then make sure to contact the internet service provider and ask for the ‘Open’ NAT Type.

10. Contact Activision Support

Last but not least, you should contact Activision Support for additional help. You can also create a support ticket for the same to get a better resolution quicker.

That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.

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