How To Fix Call Of Duty: WW2 Error Code 69666?

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Error code 69666 is a very common error with COD: WWII and soo many users have faced this issue while playing WWII, that’s why we decided to write on this error to help the users resolve this issue.

What Is COD: WWII Error Code 69666?

According to Activision, it’s a connectivity problem that mainly occurs when servers are not working properly, or if for some reason your device is unable to establish a proper connection to the servers.

During our research, we have found that the error can occur despite what device you are using but the issue is very common for the Xbox users.

Below we have provided some workarounds which may help you with the error.

Call Of Duty: WW2 Error Code 69666

Fixes For COD WWII Error Code 69666

Fix 1: Check The Server Status Of WWII

As we mentioned above that the main reason for the error is the server being down so the first thing you need to do is to check if WWII servers are online or not.

Here is how to check the Server status of WWII.

  • Visit the Activision Server Status page.
  • From the right side tap on the option where it says, Select Game.
  • Then select WWII.
  • If the servers are working fine then you will see the online status. If you see the offline status then we will recommend you to wait for some time and try again.

Fix 2: Check Your System’s Status Page

If game servers are working fine then it can be possible that your system may be down. So we will advise you to go to your system status page and check if it’s down or not.

Fix 3: Testing Your Connection On The Gaming Console

If you are having the issue with your PlayStation and Xbox console then we will advise you to test your connection which might help you figure out the root cause for the issue.

If you don’t know how to test your connection then follow the steps given below.

For PlayStation 4

  • Go to the PlayStation home screen.
  • Then choose Settings.
  • Then choose Network.
  • Then choose Test Internet Connection.
  • If the connection fails then it will show you all the details which will help you figure out the issue.

Note: To read more about connection tests on PlayStation you can visit here.

Xbox One

  • First, you need to power on your console without a disc inside.
  • Then go to the Xbox Home.
  • Then visit the Settings.
  • Then choose Network.
  • Then from the right side choose select Test network connection.
  • If the connection fails then it will show you all the details which will help you figure out the issue.

Note: To read more about connection tests on Xbox you can visit here.

Fix 4: Do Basic Network Troubleshooting

  • Power off your router by disconnecting it from the power source. After that wait for around 3 to 4 minutes and then restart the router, and then check if the error persists.
  • Perform an internet speed test to check your internet speed and stability.
  • Trying using a wired internet connection to check if that resolves the issue. By using a wired Ethernet connection, you can ensure a stable bandwidth connection.

Fix 5: Make Changes To Your Network Settings

  • Go to your network settings.
  • Check if Port Forwarding is turned on if yes, then turn it off.
  • Next check if UPnP is enabled or not, if not then enable it.
  • Then check if the error still persists.

Fix 6: Some Other Workarounds

  • Try connecting over a different internet connection, you can choose to connect over a new WIFI connection or a mobile hotspot connection. If this resolves the issue then contact your ISP.
  • Check if there is a pending update for your game or the device. If yes then consider installing them and then check if error still continues.

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