Call of Duty: Warzone might be a great free-to-play game but, let’s be honest here, this game is far from perfect.
The game has a lot of glitches, some of which can be exploited to get easy kills, and there are times when it won’t even start properly.
Why Does COD Warzone Say Unavailable?
It’s a common bug that happens, usually when you’re downloading Warzone or waiting for the update to download properly, and has led to a lot of players getting peeved or impatient.
You’ve got two options when the dreaded ‘Warzone unavailable’ pops up on your screen and they aren’t great. If you’re sure that the game is fully downloaded, reset the console and try the game out again.
Now, if that doesn’t work, you’re going to have to delete Warzone and start downloading again, which sucks since the game takes up so much space, no matter which gaming system you have it in.
Recent updates have hopefully fixed this problem since seeing ‘Warzone unavailable’ on your screen is the first worst.
If they haven’t, resetting the console or deleting and redownloading the game are some of your only options. We’re sure that the game runs a bit better on next-gen consoles since they have higher processing and allow for faster downloads but that doesn’t mean the game is bug-free.
The fact that Warzone still has problems like this is pretty disappointing but that’s probably something fans of online shooters have to get used to.
Sometimes, there are shooters that announce maintenance in advance so fans know when not to play the game, but it seems like that’s not the reason why Warzone has these kinds of issues.
Warzone is a pretty solid shooter once all of these problems are out of the way, though it’s hard to blame players for getting upset when they encounter these obstacles.
Currently, the game is available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.