The Travis Shipton error message has been preventing gamers from playing online matches in MW2 & Warzone 2. Luckily, there is an easy fix for this!

Getting error messages is one of the most frustrating issues players will encounter. It can be even more annoying when you don’t know how to fix it or why it is happening.

Fortunately, the Travis Shipton error has a quick and simple fix to get you back playing in no time!

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How To Fix MW2 & Warzone 2 Travis Shipton Error

To fix the Travis Shipton error, you will need to make sure that all controllers/devices you are using are signed in to an online account and are not connected as a guest.

However, if you are still receiving this error on Playstation, simply head to the PS Store and accept the updated Terms of Service.

If none of these fixes work, it may be due to the platform’s connectivity status. Make sure you check the networks connectivity:

And if all networks are live and the fixes above have not worked, you may need to contact Activision Support to try to find another solution.

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What Is the MW2 Travis Shipton Connection Failed Error?

The Travis Shipton error is a message that displays when one of the accounts logged in to MW2 or Warzone 2 is not connected to the platform’s online service e.g Playstation Network or Xbox Live.

This error can happen for a couple of reasons. You have a second controller/keyboard connected as a guest or there is something preventing you from accessing the online network.

There are a few instances that can stop you from connecting to the online network including if:

  • There is a console system update
  • There is a disruption to the network of the platform
  • There is a Terms of Service update

And if you are encountering any more errors in MW2, check out the fixes to all of these Warzone 2 & MW2 error codes.

There is also some big news about whether or not a Warzone 2 ranked play is coming to the battle royale game!

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