If you’re trying to fix the COD Warzone Dev Error 6039, you’re not the only one. It’s just one of those errors that pops up every now an again to pester you. Fortunately, there are a number of potential solutions that you can try and make it go away, ranging from the fairly easy to relatively drastic. We’ll present you with all the ways to fix Dev Error 6039 in COD Warzone that we know of in this guide.
How to Fix COD Warzone Dev Error 6039
To fix the Dev Error 6039 in COD Warzone, there are several things that you can do. First off, you should make sure that you have the latest update installed. On console, highlight the game in your library, hit the Options button, and then select “Check for updates.” On PC, follow the steps appropriate for your launcher. In case there are no updates to download, it’s time to proceed to the next step. If you can get into the game and access the options menu, go into the Graphics section and disable on-demand texture streaming. That seems to cause some problems, and this particular error can be one of them. If you can’t get into the Options due to the bug, proceed to the next step and then circle back.
Another way to fix the COD Warzone Dev Error 6039 is to completely power cycle your console. By that, I mean, you select the “Turn off console” option. Not “Enter rest mode” or “Enter sleep mode” or whatever; you have to turn it off completely. Then, unplug the console from the wall and wait for about a minute or so. Then, plug it back in, turn the console back on, and see whether the error has gone away. If not, well, it’s time for the arguably most drastic solution – uninstall the game complete and reinstall it. While you’re at it, if you have an additional hard drive connected to your console, consider installing the game on the one the game wasn’t on yet. As in, if it was on the external hard drive, install it on the console’s main one.