Several Call of Duty games are down on all platforms

Activision’s online service page has confirmed that several Call of Duty games including — Avant-garde and war zone are experiencing connectivity issues on all platforms. According to a report by Dot Esports, Activision is aware of the issues experienced by these games (including Black Ops Cold War on all platforms and black ops 3 on PC) and look for the cause.
Additionally, some users have also reported issues regarding Modern Warfare and Black Ops 4, however, Activision has listed all issues regarding these games. The server outage was originally reported by the BO4 connection on PlayStation 4, the report mentions.

How this outage impacted the game and players
According to the report, the developers are probably working hard to fix this problem, but it will take some time to fix it. This outage will deduct some time from the Double XP week that recently started for weapons and the battle pass in Vanguard and Warzone.
Apart from this, connectivity issues have also affected the Call of Duty League Championship which is also the biggest COD event of the year. The championship has experienced a delay since the breakdown. The report suggests the league looked set to start Game 2 of the tournament just as the servers went down.

How to understand when a server starts to fall
When a game’s server begins to experience difficulties, players will begin to experience lag, high ping, and packet loss, as well as complete loss of connection to the server while playing it. There are a few hotfixes that can fix the problem temporarily, however, only the developers can deploy a permanent solution to the problem.

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