Just like any other COD Black Ops is not error-free and has its fair share of issues and in this article, we are going to talk about one of them. We will be seeing how to fix COD Black Ops Cold War Connection Interrupted error with some simple solutions.
Why am I getting Connection Interrupted error in COD Black Ops Cold War?
There are multiple reasons why you may see this error in COD, such as server issues, poor Internet connection, etc. If the server of Activision is down, there is no way, you can play the game. Similarly, if you are getting low bandwidth, no online will game will run on your system. Sometimes, it can also be because of outdated OS or Graphics drivers. We will be talking about all of them and other potential fixes in this article.
Fix Connection Interrupted error in COD Black Ops Cold War
If you are getting ‘Connection Interrupted error in the COD Black Ops Cold War game, first of all, update your system. So, check for updates and download them if available before moving to the actual solutions.
- Check Activision Server Status
- Check your Network Connection
- Update your Graphics Driver
These are the things you can do to fix the error.
1] Check Activision Server Status
The first thing you have to do is check if there is some issue with the Activision server. For that, you can either go to support.activision.com or @CallofDuty on twitter.com and see if people are reporting similar issues.
If the server is down, you have to wait for the engineers to resolve the issue. So, keep checking and see until your issue is finally fixed.
2] Check your Network Connection
Next up, you need to check your Internet speed. For that, use a speed checker and if the speed is slow, then check if it’s the same in all the devices. If all the devices connected to a network are experiencing low bandwidth, then restart your router and if the issue still persists, contact your ISP. If yours is the only device facing this issue, fix the slow Internet issue.
3] Update your Graphics Driver
If the issue persists, then try restarting your Graphics Driver.
Alternatively, download the latest version of your Graphics Driver from your OEM’s website and install it on your computer to see if the issue is fixed.
Hopefully, you are able to resolve the issue with the given solutions.
If nothing helps, you may need to repair or reinstall the games and see if that helps.
Tip: Use Ethernet
One of the most common and unnoticed reasons for the fluctuating Internet is the use of WiFi over Ethernet. A WiFi or any wireless mode of connection is not reliable, hence, you should always opt for a physical connection when playing online games, streaming, or doing important video calls.