Error Code 48 is preventing Warzone players from being able to log in. To fix it, players might need to reset their connection or reinstall the game.
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Players might come across error code 48 when playing matches of Warzone. While many may be eager to jump into the new Pacific content update, it’s common to run into error codes. This new update added tons of new weapons, locations, and vehicles to the battle royale, keeping it fresh for old and new players alike. These error codes typically only show up with online multiplayer, if the player is running into any single-player issues, they should reach out the Activision support.
It’s fairly common for online-multiplayer games to have error codes whenever there is something wrong with their game. These codes can be looked up and will provide players with helpful tips and tricks to fix them. While it’s not always a perfect answer, it is a way for players to jump back into the battle royale as quickly as possible. This warning shows up if the console does not recognize that there is a current update active.
To fix error code 48, players should try all the Warzone on-screen instructions in order. First, players can log out and log back in. If this doesn’t work, check to make sure that Warzone doesn’t have any pending downloads. Highlight the game on either PC or Console and “search for updates” to see if one is available. If it doesn’t show up, close the game and try it again. If it still doesn’t show up after that, restart the entire console or PC.
Other Ways To Fix Error Code 48 in Warzone
If all of these methods still don’t work, the player might have to completely uninstall Warzone and install it again. While it isn’t the most ideal situation, this is the most effective way to fix any issues with the game. Installing Warzone on both console and PC can be incredibly time-consuming, regardless of the player’s download speed. The massive size of these games has been an issue for Call of Duty fans. Fortunately, all the player’s save data is directly attached to their account.
These issues have been found in the game fairly frequently since the new Pacific update was released. Since this is a massive new map, it’s likely there’s going to be a bug or two. Although, new patches are released fairly often for Call of Duty Warzone. It’s likely this issue will be fixed in a future patch. Fortunately, after re-downloading the game, error code 48 should no longer appear. Use these methods in case the error code returns.
Warzone is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.
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