Call of Duty

'Error Code: Diver' in Call of Duty: Warzone is Fixed, According to Raven Software

A new error code is keeping Warzone fans and players from connecting to the game servers.
A new error code is keeping Warzone fans and players from connecting to the game servers. / Activision

A new error code is keeping Warzone fans and players from connecting to the game servers.

Players attempting to log in and play Call of Duty (COD): Warzone were faced with a new obstacle late last week. According to community reports, players found themselves faced with "Error Code: DIVER" when attempting to connect to the game servers on Monday, Aug. 2. This was the second error code within a seven-day period—likely causing frustration for fans who just wanted to play their daily match.

Fortunately, Raven Software was on the case almost immediately.

"Error Code: Diver" in Warzone Explained

The company fired off a tweet that afternoon to publicly acknowledge the issue following the recent update hours earlier. It explained that DIVER was currently under investigation and the account would follow up with more information as soon as it was able.

As it turns out, the tweet's "ASAP" promise only needed about 45 minutes to be fulfilled. Raven announced the issue was "resolved" and servers were actively reopening as of 3:14 p.m. ET on Monday, Aug. 2. Since then, it appears the error has stayed away for good.

Unfortunately for them, this didn't make the positive impact bug fixes usually create within the gaming community. The replies to both tweets are filled with players almost completely ignoring the problem at hand—instead demanding when Raven will be implementing a better anti-cheat software. The ones that weren't asking about protective measures were remarking about the sheer number of replies that were.

The development team had nothing to say in response to the plethora of cheating concerns at the time of writing.