Activision is actively investigating an issue with Call of Duty: Warzone servers that are keeping players in a long server queue as they wait to try out the new event before Season 3.
The next Call of Duty: Warzone season begins with a large bomb that seemingly nukes Verdansk. But players hoping to catch a glimpse of this before Warzone goes down for maintenance are instead stuck in a long line. Some players who successfully get in have had the game crash on them before the event finishes.
We’re actively investigating an issue with long wait times in the server queue for #WARZONE. Stay tuned for updates.
— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) April 21, 2021
Another series of events is expected to follow after 2 pm PT, and there will be updates leading into tomorrow when the event wraps and presumably new changes go live.
Players who do successfully queue into the Destruction of Verdansk event will find themselves in a large-scale game of Infected. Players who are killed will be resurrected as zombies and able to hunt down other players. All while the skies rumble and scared soldiers are heard on the radio begging to be extracted from the site.
Activision Support will likely update players when servers are functioning properly again, so check back with IGN for the latest updates. For more, check out our full rundown of what to expect from Call of Duty: Warzone season 3.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s News Editor.