Call of Duty: WW2 has launched today, but a number of players have found themselves confronted by “error 102395,” an error code that is preventing them from being able to play the game.
This error code appears to have affected all platforms, making it impossible for some players to access Call of Duty: WW2’s multiplayer servers. Unfortunately, there isn’t much that players can do about it right now except wait for Activision to fix the issue, with the publisher acknowledging the problem via its official support channel.
“We’re aware that some players are getting error code 103295 when trying to connect online to Call of Duty games,” Activision said in a statement. “We’re actively working on a solution.”
Error 102395 isn’t the only problem that has presented itself on Call of Duty: WW2‘s launch day, with some Xbox One players reportedly experiencing issues when trying to access the game’s Campaign and Nazi Zombies modes. Fortunately, Activision managed to resolve these problems, though error 201395 remains a persistent issue.
Activision will likely have a fix for the error up later today, even if Call of Duty fans may be forced to wait a little longer before they can finally play the game. We’ll keep you posted if we receive any updates.