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How to Fix World War 3 Error 151

Is the World War 3 game having a 151 error?

Here’s the error message, “[151] Something went wrong”.

WW3 turned into a free-to-play game in September 2022.

As a result, it attracted a ton of new players which contributed to server issues.

The game is available on the official website and on Steam.

In this guide, you’ll learn why you’re getting the “[151] Something went wrong” error in World War 3 and how to fix it.

Why am I getting the “[151] Something went wrong” error in World War 3?

You’re getting the “[151] Something went wrong” error in World War 3 because the game is under maintenance.

The error also happens if the game has too many players.

If the game has too many players, its servers cannot handle the traffic because it’s overloaded.

Many users are reporting the error 151 on social media and forums.

“Not it’s not. I waited 3 hours and called my friends when you guys tweeted it, but it’s not”.

“Wow, @ww3thegame I have now spent over an hour trying to get into your game!”.

“It’s stuck on finding a match, I thought it was fixed”.

“Worst beta start ever. I can’t get in after queuing and I have to start over”.

How to fix World War 3 error 151

To fix World War 3 error 151, you need to wait for the in-game maintenance to complete.

If there is no maintenance, you need to wait until the WW3 servers are less crowded before accessing it.

The game’s official blog stated that you might experience certain gameplay and technical issues.

This is due to the overwhelming number of players due to the free-to-play release of the game.

The increase in the player count has overloaded the game’s servers.

If you’re still having trouble, you can contact MY.GAMES support here: https://support.my.games/ww3.

Alternatively, you can contact them on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/MYGAMES/.

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