Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has been hit with another error code – this time called ‘2012’. This error code is triggered when you have connectively issues and try to boot up the game.
Before attempting this potential fix, we recommend checking that servers are working effectively as this could be the culprit. You can check the Warzone 2 server status visiting the official page right here.
There are two steps detailed here. The first details a simple restart, the second walks you through a DNS flush which has been shown to fix connectivity issues (and is straightforward to do).
How to fix Warzone 2 error code 2012
Once you have checked the servers are OK, you’re going to first want to restart your game.
- Step 1: Exit the game and then close Steam or Battle.net
- Step 2: Right-click on your Taskbar and click Task Manager
- Step 3: Close either Battle.net or Steam
- Step 4: Re-Launch the game
If you’re on PC, you may want to try a DNS flush. Doing this will clear any IP addresses or DNS records from you cache, which can typically help solve connectivity issues.
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Follow these steps:
Step 1: Navigate to the the bottom left corner. Type ‘CMS’ to bring up the Command Panel. Press Enter
Step 2: In the box, type ‘ipconfig /flushdns‘. Press Enter.
Step 3: You have now flushed the DNS cache and will receive a message confirming this. Exit the Command Panel and restart the game.