COD Warzone Two-Factor Authentication Bug Solution

The COD Warzone two-factor authentication bug has been causing some trouble among players. It seems that you can run into a problem where it simply doesn’t let you register the two-step authentication, even though you’ve completed all the steps correctly. Fortunately, the potential fix is relatively simple. We’ll show you what you can do to fix the COD Warzone two-factor authentication bug yourself.

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COD Warzone Two-Factor Authentication Bug Solution

How to Fix COD Warzone 2 Factor Authentication

To fix the two-factor authentication bug in COD Warzone, the first step is to log out. Then, reset your password from the login menu. As in, click on the “Forgot Password” option and make a new one. Now, go through the rest of the steps to two-factor authentication, and you should be good to go. If not, well, you might have to contact support, which yes, nobody wants to do. However, the system we’ve just described is the only relatively surefire method we know of. If you know of another one, let us know in the comments below.

Just in case you don’t know how to enable two-step authentication in COD Warzone in the first place, let’s get you up to speed. First off, log into your Call of Duty account via the official website. Next, click on “Set up Two-Factor Authentication.” From there, they’ll give you a detailed list of instructions you’ll need to follow. Basically, to enable COD Warzone two-factor authentication, you’ll need to download an authenticator app, like Google Authenticator, add your Activision account to the app, scan the QR code, and complete the process.

It might seem a little daunting, but it really isn’t. Both the COD website and the authenticator app you choose to use will give you fairly clear instructions, and you just need to follow them. Just hope that you don’t run into this bug where it doesn’t let you register the two-factor authentication.

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