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Warzone Season 3 Nuke event: servers down, long queue and crashing issues

Warzone players are reporting problems with long queues and Warzone crashings amidst the Season 3 Nuke event.
Warzone Season 3 Nuke event: servers down, long queue and crashing issues
Warzone Operation Rapid Sunder has just started ahead of the Season 3 launch later this evening.

Known as the Nuke event, Operation Rapid Sunder should destroy Verdansk completely with nuclear warheads due to the city being overwhelmed zombies, which should lead to a completely new map, a version of Verdansk set in the 80s.

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Unfortunately, Warzone players are currently reporting numerous issues with the game. Many aren't even able to log in and participate in the event, while others are reporting extremely long queues and constant crashing of the game.

Activision has reported that they are aware of the issues.

"We're actively investigating an issue with long wait times in the server queue for #WARZONE. Stay tuned for updates," the official Activision Support Twitter wrote.

At the time of writing, even the biggest streamers on Twitch, like Nickmercs and TimTheTatman, are having troubles with playing the game normally, as they are constantly being dropped from the game.

We will have you updated with more details in regards to these issues as soon as Activision shares more information.