Season One for Call of Duty: Warzone has just reached the halfway stage.
It has certainly been a season of turbulence for the immensely popular battle royale.
Although the Black Ops Cold War integration bought in a wealth of new weaponry, the overpowered nature of the DMR 14 tactical rifle left players feeling frustrated about the lack of weapon balance alongside the return of the invisibility and unlimited stim glitches.
Another issue that has plagued Warzone is dev error 6034, an error which has left Warzone unplayable for several players.
It is believed that the error occurs when one or more game files becomes corrupted or unreadable.
Thankfully, there is a fix for this issue. Here’s how to fix dev error 6034.
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How To Fix Dev Error 6034
The most annoying thing about this particular error is that it doesn’t provide an exact description of the problem, making it difficult to find a solution to the problem.
This error only occurs on the PC version of Warzone. According to some players that have encountered the error, the files corrupt because of interruptions in the download of an update. To avoid any form of corruption, make sure to leave your PC to download the update with no interference.
Courtesy of the Warzone community, this fix solves the error.
First of all, head into the installation folder of either Modern Warfare or Warzone. In the directory, delete the files listed below:
- Modern Warfare Launcher.exe
Once these files have been deleted, open the Battle.net launcher and run the Scan and Repair tool.
By deleting the files, you remove the corrupted versions while running Scan and Repair replaces them with files that function, fixing dev error 6034 once and for all!