Call of Duty WW2 error codes are something you'll encounter if something has gone wrong during your play session - right now it's almost certainly a connection or server problem - but whatever it is, it'll be delivered with a mysterious error code.
Activision and the community has responded with some solutions - including how to complete the social-specific Commend a fellow soldier challenge - as well as general troubleshooting tips you should attempt to help get you back online. Otherwise, be sure to check server status to see whether the game is currently online at all.
Call of Duty WW2 error codes 103295, 103294, 4128 and other issues explained
When you cannot connect to multiplayer, the game will give you specific error codes to look at. So far most of these are likely due to launch servers being in high demand, and the best bet is to look at the server status (see later in the article as to how).
Otherwise, here are several official and community suggestions for specific error codes.
Error code 103295 - Activision described this as a connectivity issue. Servers have been up and down since launch, as well as Activision occasionally taking servers offline for maintenance.
Try looking at the game's server status (explained later in this page) first, otherwise it might just be a case of trying again later.
Error code 103294 - This appears to be the same as the above, though some users on the support forum recommend double checking your game is updated to the latest version.
Error code 4128 - Some users on the official support forum are suggesting a hard reset of your console or computer (switching off, pulling out the plug, waiting a few minutes then rebooting) to help resolve this issue - otherwise it appears to be another server-related issue
As well as the above, it's worth looking at this list of standard networking fixes recommended by Activision, including:
- Restarting your console with a hard reset (turning off, removing the power cable and waiting several minutes)
- Restarting your router
- Using a wired connection
- Having an open NAT type
- Checking your connection speed
How to check Call of Duty WW2 server status
If you're having connection issues, it's worth seeing if the servers are actually operating. There are two ways to check the game's current server status:
- Going on the official website, which shows the status by all three platforms - PS4, Xbox One and PC
- Via Twitter, with Activision's Support account announcing any specific downtime
Of course, even if servers are showing as live, you still might run into issues during the game's launch period due to high demand, but any downtime will definitely tell you to try again later.
Out for more advice on COD WW2's multiplayer? It's worth checking out which Division suits you best, then how to unlock the best COD WW2 guns as well as its various Prestige rewards using fast XP methods. If you're still having connectibity problems post-launch meanwhile, our Call of Duty WW2 server issues delves into error codes and other troubleshooting tips, and finally we can also help you tick off the Commend a soldier challenge in Headquarters, too.
Other currently known Call of Duty WW2 issues
As well as the above named server-related issues, Activision is currently investigating the following problems:
- Lost ranks and stats
- Redeemed a code but not received the rewards in the game, such as the Multiplayer Upgrade
- Mail not giving items
- Long load times for Headquarters
- Empty Headquarters
- Supply Drops giving an 'Unable to get inventory' error, or not giving anything at all
At the time of writing few of the above appear to have solutions; Supply Drops will apparently appear in your inventories after 8 hours if even they show an error upon opening, while lost rank problems are recommended to be followed up with Activision through its known issues page. We suspect the Activision Support Twitter will announce any other fixes for the above as and when they are ready to announce them.
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