There’s a new error appearing in Call of Duty: Warzone, Whitelist Failure. Here’s a solution on how to fix the error.
Raven Software released the mid season Call of Duty: Warzone patch update today. Sledgehammer Games added in the Welgun SMG a day prior, which was added into the popular Battle Royale game today.
The Welgun now seems to be the meta SMG in Warzone right now unless you’re playing on Rebirth Island. For Rebirth, the PPSH hipfire build is shredding opponents before they get a chance to react.
The MP40 was nerfed in the update today along with the Bren. Both weapons are still viable options, but the STG, BAR, Automaton all received buffs, making it harder to know which gun is the current meta until content creators like JGOD and True Game Data figure it out.
Along with the weapon balancing, a number of bugs were fixed in the update. Console players have been complaining about how bad the game runs and how they keep crashing no matter what they’re doing in the game.
Crashing issues were fixed on the PS5, and several issues causing instability on both Xbox and PlayStation platforms were addressed with more fixes to come in the near future according to the official patch notes on Raven’s official website.
However, Xbox Players have been flooding Reddit and Twitter to complain about another crashing issue that’s ruining their experience. Regardless of what they’re doing in-game, whether it’s joining a friends party or simply loading into a game, the game will keep crashing. There’s been no word from Raven Software on the error yet, but we’ll keep you update.
Warzone Whitelist Failure Error & How to Fix It
Within the last half an hour, players are now reporting a Whitelist Failure Warzone error. Due to the name of the error, whitelist failure, players were worried their IP may have been banned. However, that’s not the case.
Charlie Intel, the largest Call of Duty Twitter account, has sated that all players need to be whitelisted in order to be able to join the servers. Players in specific regions were kicked out with the new update and have had this issue since then.
If you’re wondering how to fix the whitelist failure Warzone error, thankfully it’s as easy as restarting your game a couple of times. Essentially, you’ll need to keep restarting your game until the whitelist failure Warzone error has disappeared.
Unfortunately, that’s the only way to fix the Warzone whitelist failure error. Raven will hopefully fix this issue as soon as possible considering their statement released today stating the team are working hard to address all the issues that have made the game a terrible experience for many.