Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone have many things in common and this includes bugs and glitches. When the game's servers are under extreme load, with more players than expected trying to get into the game, it's common for users to be placed in a server queue. Players are warned and informed: “The servers are experiencing a high volume. You have been placed in the queue and will be put into play shortly. ”This message is accompanied by a countdown which provides an estimated waiting time for the game to start. However, this server queue message can sometimes get stuck and never go away. Here's how to fix it on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One.
How to fix the Call of Duty "Server Queue" stuck error
To fix the Call of Duty "Server Queue" stuck error, players will want to completely exit the game and then restart it again.
While users might be worried about losing their place in the queue, forwargaming has successfully entered the game multiple times by simply rebooting. The “Server Queue” message is no longer displayed and the main menu is displayed without problems.
If the above fix doesn't work, users are encouraged to check Call of Duty social channels to see if there is any scheduled downtime for maintenance or an acknowledgment of unexpected issues.
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