Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 gamers noticed sudden crashes while playing these games. From updating your driver to scanning game files, here's everything you need to know about fixing these crashes on your PC.
Guide to Fixing Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 Crashes on the PC
Call of Duty players recommend updating the computer driver as the first solution for fixing the game's crashes. If you have an AMD driver, gamers suggest clicking on AMD Radeon Settings, selecting the Updates section, choosing the Check for Updates option, and accessing the installation for the latest update.
As for PC players with Nvidia drivers, it's been recommended to select the GeForce Experience, log into an account, choose the Drivers tab, click on the Check for Updates option and access the latest installment.
While updating the computer driver may work for some players, other gamers might still experience crashes. If these interferences continue, gamers suggest scanning and fixing the game files.
When scanning and fixing the files on Battle.net, players should find Battle.net, select the cog that is beside the play option, access the scan and repair program, and reopen the game.
As for Steam players, it's been suggested to find the Steam library, right-select on the game, choose properties and travel to local files. Gamers should then select the verifying integrity of the game files and take a few moments to watch the program scan before reopening the game.
Call of Duty players also recommend reinstalling the games, as it would fix several of the files that might be missing from your game.
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