Yet another connection problem seems to be preventing Modern Warfare players from jumping into the latest Infinity Ward release. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare error code 262146 is a persistent and frustrating problem for those trying to join online matches, and it’s one that keeps popping up time and time again. What does it mean, and what can players do to avoid it? Here’s what we know.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare | What is Error Code 262146?
The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare error code 262146 appears when there is a connection problem between the player’s device and the Modern Warfare game servers. The code seems to frequently appear after matches, but same players have reported that it pops up during matches or even during matchmaking. Many unfortunate players get hit by the error repeatedly, stopping them from even reaching matchmaking in the first place.
The message itself confirms that error 262146 relates to network connectivity issues. It reads:
“You have been disconnected from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare servers. Please try again or visit https://support.activision.com/mwstatus for updates. Error Code: 262146”
Of course, heading to the Activision Support website doesn’t do much to alleviate concerns. The support forum is flooded with players encountering error code 262146 and asking for a solution. So far, it appears no solution has been given, at least not directly from Activision Support.
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While we can’t provide any solid fix for Modern Warfare error code 262146, a few users on the Modern Warfare subreddit have found success by resetting their router or by switching out and back in to their player profiles. Considering these options don’t take much effort, it’s worth a shot.
Still, given that error code 262146 pops up for players across the globe and is clearly related to other Modern Warfare connection issues, the problem seems to be server-side. That means there’s likely nothing wrong on the player’s end, and there’s not really anything they need to do to try to fix it. The only real solution is to wait it out and try again later. If the problem persists, it’s probably worth reaching out to Activision Support directly.