Anyone who wants to play Call of Duty: Warzone will need an Activision account. For series fans, this sign up step usually isn’t a problem. Unfortunately, new followers sometimes find they get stuck registering their Activision account. If you can’t register your Activision account to sign up for the game, here’s what you can do to fix it.
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If Call of Duty: Warzone is stuck registering an Activision account, there’s a problem with the email address you’re trying to sign up with. It’s possible that you already have an Activision account registered to the email. Instead of registering a new account, you should instead try logging in to an existing account.
When players find that the game hangs when trying to register an account, it’s often because their email address is already in active use. You may have forgotten about an old account, or created one without even realizing it. The solution is to head to the Activision website and try to log in with that email.
Assuming an account exists, you can change the password and then use that to log in to Warzone. No new account registration will be required. There are even steps featured on the Activision support website to help you log into an account where you’ve forgotten both the email address and password.
It’s possible that some users can’t register for an account despite not already having one. If this is the case, the solution is simple: Create a new Activision account online. Even if you do get stuck registering from within Warzone, using a regular internet browser should work just fine.
When you get stuck registering for an Activision account in Warzone, you need to make sure you don’t already have an Activision ID tied to your given email address. If you don’t, try creating one using a web browser on your phone or PC. Any way you cut it, if you want to get in-game, you’ll need credentials from Activision. Barring any other solutions, you can simply create a fresh new account and start playing Warzone for free.