Warzone 2 is a great game, and it’s easier to imagine it with the bot lobby. However, the warzone 2 servers need to be fixed, which can be very frustrating for players who want to play with their friends or clanmates. If you’re one of those players, read on to learn how to fix and Change Server in Warzone 2.
Installing the Latest Updates
- Install the latest updates. The game may crash if you don’t install all of its updates, so check for new versions and update your graphics card drivers, operating system, and more.
- Update Windows: If your computer has been running well with Warzone 2 for years, but suddenly it crashes every time you play it, there’s a chance that one of these things is causing problems. First, try restarting your PC in Safe Mode (not shutting down) with only one of these components enabled at a time: Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge (or any other browser). If this doesn’t work, try disabling all open applications except for Warzone 2. This includes Chrome browser extensions, Adobe Flash Player, and anything else installed on your computer other than those listed above and see if that helps; However, remember not all programs use the same version numbers, so some may still be compatible with different versions so do some research beforehand before starting!
Checking your GPU Temperature and Your Gaming PC Temperature
To prevent your GPU temperature, open the NVIDIA Control Panel and select Manage 3D Settings. In the NVIDIA Control Panel, click on the “Manage 3D Settings” tab and then click on the Performance tab.
To check your gaming PC temperature, open the shortcut you created to run Speccy (for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Speccy). Selector “Start” then type in “C:\Program Files (x86)\Speccy\Speccy”. When it has loaded up, press CTRL+S until it asks for a path or file name to save this data; after which, press Enter (the default location for all files is \Temp). You should now see something like this:
Checking Your Memory Usage
- Open Task Manager (press Ctrl + Shift + Esc)
- Click on the Performance tab
- Look at your memory usage and see if it’s high or low
- If so, you can try to close some apps or restart your computer
- Go to Warzone 2.
- Select Multiplayer and then select the server you want to join (or create your own if you don’t have one).
- Click ‘Join Game’ at the bottom of your screen, then follow the instructions onscreen!