Updated on April 19, 5:01 p.m. (GMT+8): Added relevant guides.

Modern Warfare 3 has been a breath of fresh air for most, but there are still some issues popping up.

One of those issues is the MW3 Travis Rilea error code aka error code 14515. But don’t worry, this ONE Esports guide can help you sort it out.

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The MW3 Travis Rilea error is an aggravating issue that needs a fix

MW3 Travis Rilea error code 14515
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If you’ve already verified that it’s on your end, and not just the servers being down, then it’s time to start troubleshooting.

There are a few different methods you can try to fix the MW3 Travis Rilea error code 14515, and we share each of them below.

Method 1Restart your game

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This one is pretty straightforward. Simply restart your MW3 and see if it fixes it. Close your game completely, taking you back to your desktop or home screen and then relaunch the game.

Method 2Restart your internet connection

Also pretty self explanatory. For this one, you’re going to want to completely shut down your router or modem.

Once you’ve closed out MW3, head over to your internet device and unplug it before pressing down the power button a few times or for around 10 seconds. Then plug it back in and let it boot itself back up.

Method 3Restart your device

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Another method to try is to turn off your PC, Xbox, or PlayStation, then turn it back on. This may help to reset anything holding you back, including the devices connection to the servers.

Method 4Change connection type

If you’re currently using WiFi, try plugging your device into the router or modem directly via an ethernet cable. This may help you get a stronger connection and solve the issue.

If none of these methods work, we recommend contacting Activision Support via this link.

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