You may now return to your regular schedule of pwning noobs and tea-bagging.
With Activision’s Call of Duty: WW2 releasing today, players reported Error Code 103295 which prevented them from going online (and affected other Call of Duty titles as well). When you consider the game’s multiplayer emphasis, it’s obviously a big deal when things aren’t working as they should. Then again, the sheer number of players trying to play online may have done servers in.
Regardless, those who have faced issues logging in can relax – Activision Support on Twitter has reported that connectivity is restored for the game across all platforms. You may now proceed to open your microtransaction loot on the beaches of Normandy, just like in 1944 (go ahead, look it up).
Call of Duty: WW2 is now available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It marks the series’ return to the World War 2 era of combat but brings several new features to its multiplayer like a social space, Divisions and yes, the ability to open loot boxes in view of other players.
Connectivity across Call of Duty titles has been restored. Thanks for your patience. See you online
— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) November 3, 2017