Encountering random crashes when hoping to secure victory in Verdansk can be an extremely frustrating scenario for anyone. With multiple crash reports emerging, the community is looking at the developers to release a fix. The cause of this issue can be several factors. However, a bit of optimization can help players overcome this issue. Call of Duty: Warzone
- Install the latest update for Call of Duty: Warzone: Players can launch their Blizzard Battle.net client to check if any updates are pending Call of Duty: Warzone. Players are also advised to wait for all shaders to load before queueing into a game.
- Update necessary GPU drivers: Given that Call of Duty: features some stunning graphics with crispy textures, players should always ensure that their Graphic-Processing Unit’s drivers are updated.
- Verify game file integrity: This option is available for players in the Blizzard Battle.net client. Players need to click on “Options” on the Call of Duty: Warzone page and then select “Scan and Repair” from the drop-down menu.
- Close unnecessary background application: Background applications tend to consume a lot of available resources. This can lead to Call of Duty: Warzone falling short on necessary resources. Players are advised to shut down all unessential applications from the task manager before launching the game.
- Adjust graphics settings: Players can try and lower their graphics settings from the in-game menu. This can result in smoother rendering as well as faster loading periods.
- Switching to DirectX 11: Players can encounter a specific crash issue due to a DirectX error. In such cases, players can change their DirectX settings from the “Game Settings” option in the Blizzard Battle.net client’s Call of Duty: page.
- Disable Overlays: Players using third-party software such as Discord or GeForce Experience should turn off in-game overlays. In-game overlays consume many extra resources.