If the dev errors were not enough, there are a set of other error codes that Warzone players have been battling against. The Warzone error code 664640 has been plaguing the COD community for the past several months. It appears when the user is trying to connect to the online services of the game and the screen gets stuck. The client fails to fetch the online profile screen and results in the error code. As the online profile is quintessential to playing the game, failure to fetch it results in the Warzone 664640 error code. Fortunately, we have a range of solutions you can try to fix the error. Keep scrolling to know more.
Fix Warzone Error Code 664640
We do not know exactly why the Warzone error code 664640 occurs but it prevents the client from accessing the player profile on the server. It appears like a connection issue, and users can attempt to resolve the error by general troubleshooting, but the working percentage of such solutions are low. So, we will share the most effective solution first then get to the general connection troubleshooting.
A large number of players stuck with the error are on console both the Xbox and PlayStation, but users report that when they try to access the game using the same profile on PC, the game works without the error. This is also suggestive of a connection problem with the console, but, there are a group of users who created a new Activation and PSN account and used it to play the game. The game worked without any error. I know, this is not the solution you were hoping for. Fortunately, there are a bunch of other things you can try.
Another things we have noted is the occurrence of the Warzone error code 664640, it often populates around the time when an update is pushed, which suggests it could be due to a problem with the servers and not your game. If you were able to play the game and the error started suddenly, especially for console players, the problem is likely with the game and not your system. As such, you should ensure that the servers are fine and other in your region are not encountering the same problem. If they are, the problem is with the servers.
Downdetector is a great website to check the status of game servers in a particular region and read about the problems users are having via the comments section. So, visit the website and check if it’s the game or a problem on your end.
If you and a small group of others are only having the issue, the problem might be with your DNS server settings. Switch to the free Google DNS that’s considered one of the best for gaming. To change the DNS on PlayStation – Open Settings > Network Settings > Internet Connection Settings > Custom > Select the connection type > set DNS – 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124
Hopefully, changing the DNS would resolve the issue and allow you to connect with the game servers and access the player profile. That’s all we have in this guide. We hope the above solutions have been helpful in resolving the Warzone error code 664640. If you have a better solution, let us know in the comments.