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How to Fix Whitelist Failure Error in Call of Duty: Warzone

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Getting the "Whitelist Failure" error in Call of Duty: Warzone? Here's how to fix it.

Straight off of the back of Warzone Pacific's mid-season update, players have begun experiencing a new error cropping up - Whitelist Failure. The update saw a number of changes and fixes being deployed, including a new weapon, a new Operator, and a variety of balance changes. But, it seems that these long awaited fixes have come at a cost, triggering an error code to pop up and ruin players' days.

Whitelist Failure seems to be related to players being unable to join servers. Players apparently need to be whitelisted in order to join servers, though this recent update seems to have caused a bug, leading some players to have issues joining entirely.

Luckily, there seems to be a fix.

How to Fix Whitelist Failure Error in Call of Duty: Warzone

Apparently, the trick to fixing the Whitelist Failure error is to restart Call of Duty: Warzone. Some players might need to restart more than once, or restart their system, before the error code disappears.

So far, this seems to be the only reported fix. No doubt Raven Software will be on the case to deploy a more permenant fix, particularly so soon after the mid-season update.

Give it a try, or wait until Raven Software issues a fix. Keep an eye on the official channels for timely updates.

Be sure to check out our lists of all weapon buffs and nerfs that have been implemented in the recent update, as well as the upcoming playlists for the rest of the month.