Since Call of Duty Vanguard launched, players continue to encounter the vivacious error much to their annoyance. The error, amongst other game-breaking problems, is arguably one of the most frustrating issues to encounter as it prevents you from loading into the action.
Season 2 for Sledgehammer Games' latest entry is right around the corner, and many are hoping the update will bring plenty of fixes alongside the usual dose of fresh content ranging from new operators, Ground War, and more. While players look ahead to the update, several members of the community are wondering how to get past the Vivacious error that's also preventing them from accessing Warzone.
With that said, there are some workarounds that can be performed to fix the problem. In this guide, find out how to fix the Vanguard vivacious error for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
How To Fix Vanguard Vivacious Error
According to players encountering the error, it occurs when they're unable to connect to Vanguard's servers and while they're downloading the game or an update. The error prevents anyone from accessing the main menu, giving you an option to try again or quit the game entirely.
Restart PC or Console
As with any error code, the first logical step to take is to reboot your PC or console. Performing a power cycle on a PlayStation or Xbox is known to fix the vivacious error altogether and it's incredibly straightforward.
- Hold the power button down until the console switches off.
- Remove the power cable from the back of the console.
- Wait 20 seconds and re-connect the cable.
- Turn the console back on.
Check Vanguard Server Status
As mentioned earlier, the vivacious error stops you from connecting to any Call of Duty online service. On some occasions, Vanguard's servers have issues so check out our guide on the current Vanguard server status to make sure the problem isn't on your end.
Test Internet Connection
Ensuring there aren't any interruptions between your router and console/PC is essential when it comes to any games that are played online. If the router is fine, here's how to test the connection from consoles:
- Select 'Settings.'
- Choose 'Network.'
- Select 'Test Internet Connection' and wait for it to finish.
- Press the Xbox button to open the Xbox guide.
- Select 'Profile & System' > 'Settings' > 'General' > 'Network' > 'Network Settings.'
- Select 'Test Network Connection' and wait.
If the tests come back fine, you know that it's not your internet causing the error to appear.
Scan and Repair Vanguard PC Files
There are several instances of players having to scan and repair Vanguard due to corrupt files and this is a possible cause for the vivacious error. Here's how to scan and repair the game files:
- Open the Battle.net launcher.
- Select your Games Library.
- Click on Vanguard then click the gear icon next to the play button.
- Select 'Scan and Repair' followed by 'Begin Scan.'
Once the repair has completed, restart the PC and launch the game to see if it's worked.
Hopefully, one of these fixes has caused the vivacious error message to disappear and you can play Vanguard once again! For more Vanguard content, check out all there is to know about Season 2 in our dedicated hub packed with all the latest leaks and information.