“Call of Duty 19” players are not allowed to open the single-player campaign if they are blocked?
“Call of Duty 19: Modern Warfare 2” will be released on October 28, landing on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and XSX/S platforms, players who pre-order the game can pre-emptively experience the single-player campaign mode. Call of Duty 19 is fully networked, and some players have been surprised to learn recently that Activision has banned them from accessing servers, and they can’t even play the single-player campaign.
Recently, foreign Reddit forum user Bender99342 posted that he was banned from the single-player game for some reason, and attached screenshots as evidence. Screenshots show him getting a “connection failed” error message when entering the Call of Duty 19 single-player campaign, which states that the player has been permanently banned from the game’s servers.
Some people think that the “Call of Duty 19” single-player campaign server is online and supports the RICOCHET anti-cheat system, so the player may have been blocked while playing the campaign. Bender99342 said that he did not hang up. At that time, he was playing “Call of Duty 19” on Steam Deck, and the game crashed with an error. After he re-entered the game, he was banned. He said that the “League of Legends” Blitz App was running in the background at that time, and RICOCHET regarded it as a potential risk, so he banned him?
“Call of Duty 19” players can also be banned from playing the single-player campaign. This is really a strange fault. It may be that the player is hanging in the single-player, or it may be some other reasons, but no one knows the specific reason for the ban.