Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone fans experienced the effects of the dev error 6036, keeping them from continuing their missions. Here's everything you need to know about fixing this bug.
Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone: Guide to Fixing Dev Error 6036
With the recent launch of Modern Warfare 2 and the release of Warzone 2 on the horizon, Call of Duty has currently been experiencing several exciting changes. However, players reported that they have experienced the dev error 6036, which shuts down their activities.
Fortunately, there's a way to fix this bug, and it requires three easy steps. Players should first transfer the interface language to English. After changing the interface language, fans should restart their console or PC and check if they have the most recent Warzone update. Players should also turn off Cache Spot Shadow and Cache Sun Shadow.
Additionally, players might experience dev error 6036 because they have not downloaded the most recent update for Warzone. In order to ensure that you have the latest update, it's been recommended to restart your console or PC.
As for another way for ensuring that you have the latest update, Xbox players can press the start button while selecting Warzone in the Xbox dashboard. After pressing the Start button, press Manage Game and Add-Ons. Players can then see if they have the most recent update. This process can also be repeated for PlayStation players.
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