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Warzone Dev Error 5476: What is it and How to Fix?

Explaining Warzone dev error 5476 and how to fix it.
Explaining Warzone dev error 5476 and how to fix it. | Photo credit by Activision

Have questions about Warzone dev error 5476, like what is it, and how to fix it? This issue is a common issue players face in Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War. The error is known to prevent players from joining multiplayer matches and lobbies.

Warzone Dev Error 5476: What is it and How to Fix?

Dev error 5476 appears to be a sporadic issue where the game is unable to connect to the servers. The issue is usually kept at bay by the development team, but it occasionally resurfaces as they work on a permanent fix. Until then, there is a trick that you can try to get Warzone functioning properly again.

A commonly accepted fix to dev error 5476 is to change the player's calling card and emblem to something other than the "randomized" option. This setting can be changed in the Customization section of the multiplayer menu under Identity. Selecting a specific calling card and emblem to use should reset the game's connection to the servers.

If this does not provide a fix for the error, it may have to do with your internet connection or the application itself. You can try resetting your router or reinstalling the game, but the latter can be a lengthy process. Typically if there are no outlying connection issues, selecting a calling card and emblem will have you ready to play the game again.

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