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How to Fix Error Code 48 in Warzone

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Getting hit with error code 48 in Warzone? Here's how to fix it.

It seems that the amount of error codes that crop up in games like Warzone is never ending. Just when you think you've experienced them all, in comes another to put you in your place. This has been the case for some players who have recently been facing error code 48.

This error message is quite particular, in that it only seems to affect those playing on PlayStation consoles. So, if it's popping up and ruining your day, here's what you need to know.

How to Fix Error Code 48 in Warzone

Players getting this error will also see the accompanying message saying that a "download has failed." This is a good indication that there's an update waiting to install. From the main menu, head to the "Updates" section and check if there are any available. Download these and restart your system, be it a PS4 or PS5, to help trigger the update.

If after restarting you're still facing the error message, ensure that your internet connection is stable. You might want to try switching to a wired connection where possible to help things along.

If neither of these options work, you might need to uninstall and then reinstall Call of Duty: Warzone. This will ensure that the most up to date version is downloaded to your system.

If all else fails, contact Activision's support for further guidance.