How To Fix Warzone Error Code 47

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Season 1 of Warzone Pacific is well underway and despite players experiencing a wide range of bugs and glitches, many are still dropping into Caldera in a bid to score a victory. Alongside players transforming into life-sized grenades or random teleportations to the Gulag, many are also receiving a range of error codes that often crash the game.

One of the more common error codes doing the rounds in the new era of the battle royale is known as error code 47 or SPAN and appears to impact PlayStation and PC players on a regular basis. Thankfully, there are some workarounds that fix this particularly troublesome error. With that said, here's how to fix Warzone error code 47.

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How To Fix Warzone Error 47

Warzone Error Code 47
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After doing some digging, error code 47 seems to appear when there is a problem with the Warzone game files, meaning there are a few ways to get around the issue. The first is by rebuilding the PlayStation database which can be done by booting up the console in Safe Mode. Simply hold the power button until it beeps twice for it to boot up in Safe Mode. Select "Rebuild Database" to fix any corrupted files on the system.

If that doesn't work, the next step is to reinstall Warzone altogether. It's not an ideal solution but with a fresh copy of the game installed, there shouldn't be any kind of errors preventing you from dropping into the action. This error in particular stems from 2019's Modern Warfare, so it's very surprising that an official fix has yet to be implemented.

There you have it! That's how to fix Warzone's error code 47. For more useful Warzone tips, check out the best audio and controller settings to use along with the ultimate Bren loadout.

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