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Popular games such as Call of Duty Modern Warfare, with hundreds of thousands of players gaming at the same time, can sometimes encounter update issues. There’s no online game that works 100% of the time so it’s not surprising to know that Modern Warfare crashes or may just fail from time to time, especially when big game patches or updates are due. In this guide, we’ll show you what you can do if you encounter update problems with your Modern Warfare game on any platform (PC, Xbox, PlayStation).
Causes of Call of Duty Modern Warfare update problems
There are a number of possible reasons why your Call of Duty Modern Warfare game may not be updating.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare update problems are usually the result of an issue coming from servers and not on the receiving devices. This can happen if there’s a new update. Because of the sheer number of devices or consoles downloading updates at the same time, servers may be overwhelmed. This happens from time to time although the issue is only temporary. Once Activision’s servers adjust to the bandwidth demand, everything eventually goes back to normal. The adjustment time can vary. In some instances, update issues may continue for a few hours while in some cases, the problem may continue for days or even weeks.
Some Modern Warfare update issues can be platform-specific. Updates for PC may be bigger or smaller compared to consoles and may have a problem or none at all. The same is true for console updates. So, depending on what platform you’re on, you may have to follow a different set of troubleshooting steps in order to fix your problem.
Sometimes, the software environment of a particular platform may also cause problems with the game when it’s updated. This can be the reason why some Xbox gamers in the US can update their game fine while others in the same region cannot.
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Application (client) bug.
In other Modern Warfare update cases, the bug lies within the application or client. You should try to restart the game on your console or the Battlenet game client in your PC to troubleshoot any update issue. This is usually enough to fix update problems for this game.
Lack of Storage space.
In some few cases, the game update cannot proceed because the console or PC has not enough storage space. Make sure that you check storage space availability on your platform before you begin the update installation.
Troubleshooting Call of Duty Modern Warfare update issues
Update issues on Call of Duty Modern Warfare may sometimes take a few things to fix. Here are the common effective solutions that you must do.
- Check for server issues.
The first thing that you want to do if you have trouble updating your Call of Duty Modern Warfare game is to check the official Activision server status.
If you’re active on Twitter, you can also follow the official Activision Twitter account.
Or, you can make use of a popular third party website outage monitoring DownDetector.com for similar details.
If there’s a known server problem going-on, you may simply have to wait it out. Activision is known to work quickly on issues regarding updates so the problem will most likely go away soon.
- Reboot your PC or console.
If there’s no known server issue for your particular platform, the problem probably lies within your console or PC. Make sure that you reboot your PlayStation, Xbox, or PC to fix the issue. This is often an effective way to fix update problems.
- Deal with possible Battlenet errors.
There are usually three things that happens if there’s a update issue for Battlenet users:
-there’s an error installing a patch,
-download for the game won’t start, or
-update download is slow.
If any of these occurs, there’s probably a server maintenance or outage going on. We suggest that you check the official Blizzard Customer Service feed on Twitter for more information.
If there’s no known update issues at all, make sure that you update your graphics drivers as well as the Operating System of your computer.
In some cases, a security software in a PC may misidentify the login module as a threat. Try to disable or uninstall your antivirus or any security program temporarily to see if it helps. Make sure to turn the security software again after your troubleshooting.
If you’re using a proxy or VPN, try to disable them as well to see if it’s interfering with the login module.
In some rare cases, deleting and reinstalling the Blizzard application may be necessary. You want to do this as a final step.
- Ensure PC or console has enough space for updates.
Although a console or PC will likely warn you of insufficient storage space before the actual game update begins, you still want to make sure that you have plenty of space to go around. Call of Duty Modern Warfare updates are usually huge so be sure that you have plenty of GBs left whether you’re using a console or PC.
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