If you’re encountering an error in Warzone 2 or MW2, here are the fixes for every code we’ve seen so far.
After a long time coming, MW2 & Warzone 2 released to mixed reception. To many fans, the games felt like a bit of a clunky mess, thanks to an array of issues, unfinished features, and a lack of content.
But what’s particularly frustrating about Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 is that sometimes the latest Call of Duty titles just don’t let you play altogether!
With a handful of errors that crop up on a regular basis, some players are getting fed up of the constant issues. We’ve compiled a list of all the MW2 & Warzone 2 error codes we’ve encountered so far – and all their possible fixes:
- How to Fix All Errors in MW2 & Warzone 2
- General Troubleshooting Methods For All Errors
How to Fix All Errors in MW2 & Warzone 2
Dev Error 11557
Dev Error 11557 is a common error code that causes players to disconnect or crash mid-game. According to Infinity Ward, the issue stems from a corrupted file in either your MW2 or Warzone 2 download.
Thankfully, there’s an easy but time-consuming fix to get rid of Dev Error 11557 for good.
NIAMEY – LEE Error
The NIAMEY – LEE Error is an issue that claims a player’s data is corrupt and asks them to reset their rank and unlocks. However, there’s a way of ensuring that you don’t lose your progress.
No Supported DXGI Adapter Found
The ‘No Supported DXGI Adapter Found’ error appears when a user’s PC does not meet the minimum graphics card requirements. It also appears when your graphic drivers are no longer up to date.
Missing One or More Warzone DLC Packs
If you’re being told that you’re missing one of Warzone’s DLC packs, it’s a simple task to ensure that you’ve got all the necessary files. Once they’re downloaded, you’ll be able to enjoy Warzone 2 to its fullest.
Here’s where to find your missing Warzone DLC Packs for Warzone 2.0.
Purchase MW2 to Have Access to Everything
If you’re being told to purchase MW2 to have access to everything, despite trying to play free content like Warzone 2 or DMZ, there’s a quick fix.
Here’s how to bypass the ‘purchase MW2’ notice without shelling out your hard-earned money.
Travis Rilea Connection Failed
The Travis Rilea Connection Failed issue is caused by your game being unable to connect to the Call of Duty servers.
Here are all the ways to fix the Travis Rilea Connection Failed Error in Warzone & MW2.
Travis Shipton Connection Failed
If you’re a Call of Duty player encountering the Travis Shipton Connection Failed error, it’s likely due to your connection to the appropriate servers. This quick fix should get your account back online and playing in no time.
Here’s how to fix Travis Shipton Connection Failed in Warzone & MW2!
Your Profile Was Signed Out
If you’re getting a notice that tells you that you’ve been signed out of MW2 or Warzone 2, you’re not alone. The issue seems to be due to a bug with a particular audio setting.
General Troubleshooting Methods For All Errors
If you’re having issues with an error that isn’t part of our list, chances are it hasn’t yet got a working solution. However, following these steps should sort out just about any issue you encounter.
- First of all, for PC players, make sure you’ve got your graphics card drivers up to date. This should fix most new error codes.
- Restart your console or PC completely.
- Close third-party applications that are currently running, particularly ones like Blitz.gg that interfere with games. It is possible that other software is interfering with your game and causing it to crash.
- For Steam users: Right-click on the game in your library, go to Properties > Local Files > Verify Integrity of Game Files. This will repair your game and restore any missing files.
- For Battle.net users: Click the gear next to the blue Play button and choose ‘Scan and Repair’. This will ensure your game files are uncorrupt and healthy.
- Uninstall and reinstall MW2 & Warzone 2 completely.