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Warzone Destruction of Verdansk Part 1 Event Server Issues

The massive influx of players has caused Warzone's servers to crash.
The massive influx of players has caused Warzone's servers to crash. / Photo courtesy of Activision

Call of Duty: Warzone's Destruction of Verdansk Part 1 event has been plagued with server issues.
The Nuke Event, which the Warzone community had been hyping for months, finally came to fruition. Verdansk met its explosive death on April 21.

Along with the nuke that was dropped on the Warzone map, a nuke consisting of a grand wave of players seems to have also hit Warzone's servers. Error code "664640" has been showing up for PlayStation players, while those on Xbox have been reporting "139264".

Warzone Destruction of Verdansk Part 1 Event Server Issues

Raven Software acknowledged the Warzone server issues on Twitter. They stated that they are "actively investigating the #Warzone Destruction of Verdansk Part 1 server issues" and have introduced a playlist update "that should help reduce the frequency of crashes."

The Nuke Event was established as a transition to Warzone's Season 3, which is set to launch on April 22. The upcoming season will introduce a variety of changes to the game, including new weapons, operators, and game modes. Players looking to take advantage of Season 3 and its offerings can obtain the Battle Pass for 1,000 CP. A bundle which includes a bonus of 20 Tier Skips can also be purchased for 2,400 CP.