Warzone has a wide range of error codes that can crop up from time to time. You will mostly encounter the Warzone Error Code 3136 and 2048 after a recent update to the game. Even without an update, the error may occur sometimes. Usually, when the error has occurred after an update, the reason for it is the mismatch of the game version on the server and client. Due to the mismatch, when the client tries to obtain the user profile information, it results in the “You have been disconnected from the Call of Duty Modern Warfare servers. Please try again or visit … for updates” error. Like the usual errors messages, there isn’t much to explain the cause of the error.
The game being outdated is one scenario, but if you take the error message as a hint, there may be other causes that can cause a disconnect with the server and the error code 3136 and 2048. Stick with the post and we will walk you through all the potential solutions to resolve the error.
How to Fix Warzone Error Code 3136 and 2048
As the error message talks about being disconnected from the server, the first thing you should do is check the status of the servers. The Warzone error Code 3136 and 2048 could be due to the server being down or not being back fully. This can also happen when an update was rolled. Sometimes after an update, the server or the game can act up due to glitches. It could in turn to the devs taking the servers back offline for a brief moment and that may be the reason for the error. Hence, the first thing you should do is check the status of the servers.
If it’s not a problem with the server, then, the most obvious cause for the error could be a mismatch in the software version. Hence, we suggest that you update the game.
- Update Warzone to the latest patch and you should not see the Warzone Error Code 3136.
But, if you continue to encounter the error, it can also be due to a connectivity problem, meaning your internet connection might be to blame. Here are a few things suggested by Activation.
- Restart the modem/router
- Restart the PC or the console
- Terminate all other applications that may be using the internet.
- Use a wired connection to pay the game
- Check your internet speed.
If the above solutions have failed, there are a bunch of other things you can try on both console and PC. At this point, the most likely cause of the error may be a connection problem on your end. Hence, here are some other solutions you can try.
- Change the DNS – for steps on how to do it, please refer to the linked post.
- Clear cache on the console – again, for steps refer to the linked post. While are at it, some other solutions in the post may be of help.
Finally, if the above solutions have failed to fix the error code, there isn’t much you can do besides reinstalling the entire game. But, before you do that, try connecting to the game via a VPN. If the problem is only with the servers in your region, the VPN may be of help. ExpressVPN has a free plan so you can try that.
- Use a VPN
- Reinstall the game
That’s all we have in this guide, hope the Warzone Error Code 3136 and 2048 are fixed. If not, your final option is to get in touch with Activation.