How To Fix GOLDFLAKE Network Error in Warzone

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Season 1 of Warzone Pacific has officially launched, much to the excitement of Call of Duty fans. Players will be able to check out the new Caldera map for the first time, as well as familiarize themselves with the new guns and Operators that have been added to the arsenal. A new Battle Pass with a variety of intriguing rewards is also available.

As is the case with new updates that go live, something is bound to go wrong. Raven Software is already busy deploying new patches to balance the changes made to the battle royale, but there's one recurring error that's causing problems. In this guide, here's how to fix the GOLDFLAKE error in Warzone.

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Warzone GOLDFLAKE Error Message Fix

When the GOLDFLAKE network error popup box appears in Warzone, there is only one way to fix it. All you have to do now is reboot your console or PC. This should be sufficient to resolve the issue at hand. If the problem persists, you should try a “hard reset”, which is essentially turning and unplugging everything and starting the device again.

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Keep in mind that this error usually shows up when players leave their gaming system idle for too long. It is a network error so most likely the game disconnects you from the server for being away for a prolonged period.

Will Raven Software Fix GOLDFLAKE Network Error?

Raven Software is pretty quick to respond to player complaints and issues within the community. If this issue continues to persist and affect many players, there’s no doubt a fix or workaround will be rolled out soon.

For more Season 1 news, check out all of the Operators that will be arriving along with the other weapons joining the arsenal.