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2 PC's on the same network can't play Warzone and modern warfare at the same time.

Hey everyone, My Brother and I both want to play COD Warzone and  modern warfare together, but for some reason we both can't connect to the game, at least not at the same time. And neither of us can connect together . I tried reaching out to activation on twitter and email but they weren't much help.

 

and sometimes we can join the same game but its laggy that even i cant move . there is no error code, its just saying disconnected .

And i think its because we use the same network ,

 

 

Here's the situation:

 

I have already tried port forwarding, reinstalling the game, running the game in safe mode, deleting the blizzard folder in programdata, resetting the firewall and re-allowing the game through it, and setting a static IP. 

 

I believe the problem may have something to do with the fact that we are on the same network, so we have the same public IP address. Has anyone else experienced this problem? If so, did you fix it? If so, how?

+Every other game runs perfectly fine. Even overwatch (both overwatch and warzone are downloaded through blizzard)

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have you tried vpn? 

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21 minutes ago, Apollo7x said:

so we have the same public IP address

But they also sample MAC address. Have you actually try to actually try your hypothesis through mobile tethering?

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11 hours ago, WereCat said:

have you tried vpn? 

Yeah but its making the ping go way higher than usual 

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11 hours ago, SorryClaire said:

But they also sample MAC address. Have you actually try to actually try your hypothesis through mobile tethering?

How to do that?

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