COD: Cold War cross-play has been disabled as developers work on the Zed 398 Swift Clover error code.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Season 1 – Cold War is here, so the wargame has been integrated with Warzone in Battle Royale mode. The big update includes a number of new items to fetch from the Battle Pass, a new Warzone Island to parachute, and a balance patch to rock the meta. Players can now also bring COD: Black Ops Cold War weapons and perks to Warzone as part of the integration. However, the only problem is that many PC players are error coded and unable to participate.

After downloading the patch this morning, players flocked to Reddit and reported that they were unable to participate in the match due to a Zed 398 Swift Clover error code. Some say you can try a new map of the regenerated island at customs, but that’s enough for now.

One of the Treyarch developers popped up on Reddit and shared what the team was investigating. Since then, developers have visited Twitter to explain that the problem is limited to the PC. However, in the meantime, cross-play is temporarily disabled on the PC “to keep the lobby healthy”.

you Do If you can get the game in Call of Duty: Cold War, you’ll find that the meta is rocking. Treyarch weakened the M16 by reducing its range and rate of fire, and toned down the AUG by reducing its headshot multiplier, maximum effective range, and rate of fire.

There are many more changes, but previously those weapons were meta-dominant. If you would like to see the entire patch notes, you can find them on the Treyarch website.

If you need more help with the latest version of Treyarch, the best Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War class guide can help. Well, when you can actually load it into the game.

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