Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the most popular battle royale games of all time. With over a hundred million active players, it’s not hard to see why that is the case. Of course, being an online game, nothing can ruin players’ enjoyment in a game more than getting constant Error Codes. One of the most common errors that you can get in Warzone is the notorious Error Code 65538. If you’ve been having trouble with this error and don’t know how to resolve it, we are going to show you several ways to fix the Error Code 65538 in Warzone.
How to Fix Warzone Error Code 65538
When you receive the Error 65538, the game will tell you that you are unable to access Warzone’s online services. You will then be kicked out of the lobby. This is a connectivity error, which means that the problem is either with your connection, or over on Activision’s side. So, what can you do about this? Several things, actually. Let’s start with the easiest method first – check your internet connection. Turn off your router or modem, wait for a couple of minutes until your device reconnects to the internet, and then try to enter the game again to see if that has solved the problem.
Another reason why you might be getting this error is due to not having a correct timezone or region on your Xbox. Note that you can only fix this if you are playing on the Xbox, PC and PlayStation players cannot do it this way. Turn on your Xbox and go to the Profile & system, followed by Settings, then System. You will see the “Language & location” option and this is where you will need to set your correct time and region. Lastly, this could all be down to Activision itself. You can check to see if everything is working as intended on their end here. And if none of these have helped you, all that’s left is to contact Activision support directly.