Fix Dev Error 6328 in COD Modern Warfare

May 13, 2020 By Harsh Clif
Fix Dev Error 6328 in COD Modern Warfare

After the recent release of the first-person shooter Call of Duty Modern Warfare and subsequent Warzone, users quickly realized the game was bugged as they encountered a variety of deviation error, the most common among them is the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Warzone dev error 6328. Other Deviation error include the code 6036, 6328, 6068, 6034, 6345, etc.

6328 is the nastiest and more widespread among all the error codes with the game. The error mainly occurs when the user is either waiting in the multiplayer lobby or starting the game. COD Modern Warfare becomes completely unplayable if the user encounters this error.

With the release of this game, the COD franchise was aimed to provide a complete makeover synchronizing with new technologies like ray tracing and others. The new game has a redesigned game engine offering a more enhanced visual experience that the game is renowned for. However, the PC version of the game is riddled with error. If you manage to resolve the errors and problems, this is by all means one of the best games you can get your hand on.

Hence, follow our guide to resolve the Call of Duty Warzone dev error 6328 and return to COD.

Fix 1: Force the Game to Run on DirectX 11

Switching back to DirectX 11 to play the game has worked for a lot of users. DirectX 11 is more stable version, but you will have to sacrifice some features which DirectX 12 brings; however, not extreme. So, let’s force the game to run in DirectX 11 mode. Here are the steps.

  1. Open Battle.Net Client on the PC.
  2. Open the game COD Modern Warfare
  3. Go to Options
  4. Check Additional Command Line Arguments and type -d3d11
  5. Exit and try playing the game.

Fix 2: Restart the Network Hardware and the PC

A mysterious solution that fixes most game errors. Users who encountered the error report that a simple restart of their system and network hardware fixed the problem. We realize this is a temporary fix and you may encounter the problem again. It works for people who desperately want to get back into the game.

To perform the fix, turn off your router or modem, and the PC. Unplug all the power cords from both the network hardware and the PC isolating them from the power supply. Press and hold the power button on the router for 10 seconds to drain all power and for the device to reinitialize. Wait for a few minutes or a bare minimum of 30 seconds and reconnect the power cord and start the devices normally. Now, start the game and check if the error still appears.

Fix 3: Tune Down the Game Settings

A number of players on Reddit and other platforms reported they were able to resolve the Call of Duty Warzone dev error 6328 after rejecting the parameters. Limiting the FPS to 60 instead of 70 can also be a solution to this problem. So, until there is a fix released by Activation, you can do the following to play the game.

  1. Limit the FPS to 60
  2. Rotate the texture from the top to bottom

Fix 4: Run Warzone on Fullscreen Borderless and Enable V-Sync

As we browsed through forums investigating the dev error 6328, we found a number of users who resolved the error by setting the game to Fullscreen Borderless and Vsync set at 60Hz. There is no technical explanation to this fix, for some reason these settings have proven to skip past the Call of Duty 6328 error.

You can set this setting only via the game, so follow the below process to replicate the fix when you encounter the error. However, this fix only works when you try to join the multiplayer lobby and not the error that arise during startup. Here are the steps.

  1. Open the game and once you are at the main menu, click on Settings > Graphics tab
  2. Click on the Display Mode and change from Windowed to Fullscreen Borderless.
  3. Scroll-down and locate Sync Every Frame (V-Sync), enable it.
  4. From Advanced menu set the V-Sync frequency to 60 Hz.
  5. Save the changes and play the game check if the error still occurs. If it does, try our next fix.

Fix 5: Disable All Origin Services

For a vast majority of users, this error occurred when launching the game from Origin. After thorough investigation and clue from users, we discovered that the culprit was two Origin services. By disabling these services, the users were able to resolve the COD Dev error.

If you encounter the when trying to play the game from the Origin store, here are the steps you can follow for the fix.

Note: Disabling these two services will not hamper the game experience; however, it will prevent the game from auto-updating. So, enable the services every once in a while to receive updates.

Here are the steps to follow.

  1. Open the Run dialogue box by pressing Windows Key + R simultaneously.
  2. Type msconfig and hit enter.
  3. Click on the Services tab.
  4. Check Hide all Microsoft services. This will hide all the Microsoft services and make the list short, which will allow you to easily locate the Origin services.
  5. Located the Origin services – Origin Client Service and Origin Web Helper Service.
  6. Uncheck both the services, click on Apply and OK.
  7. Restart the PC and check if the Dev error 6328 still appears.

If the problem persists, move to the next fix.

Fix 6: Disable Crossplay

Sometimes Crossplay may be the cause of the problem. A few users who took on themselves to find the solution discovered that disabling Crossplay in the game resolved the error. Here is how you can disable Crossplay in COD Modern Warfare.

  1. Go to the Options Menu.
  2. Click on the Account tab.
  3. Disable Crossplay.

Fix 7: Install Nvidia Studio Driver to Fix Warzone Dev Error 6328

If your gaming rig is running on an Nvidia GPU, simply installing the Nvidia Studio driver instead of the Game Ready driver can fix the problem. As we explored various forums to find a resolution to this problem, we came across a number of users who resolved this error by simply installing the other Nvidia driver.

Our guess is that the Studio drivers have some hotfix that addresses this issue. However, this is not yet a fully-tested driver, so you may encounter other errors with COD or other games. Regardless, if you want to give it a try, here is how you can do it.

If your system does not have the GeForce Experience, you need to download and install it first. Download the latest version of GeForce Experience from the official website.

  1. Install the GeForce Experience.
  2. If you don’t have an account, follow the onscreen instructions to register and sign-in.
  3. Click on DRIVERS on the top-right corner.
  4. Then, click on CHECK FOR UPDATES on the top-left corner.
  5. Click on the three-dots next to CHECK FOR UPDATES and toggle-on Studio Driver.
  6. Now the Studio driver should be available for download, click on the DOWNLOAD button in green.
  7. Once the download is complete, choose EXPRESS INSTALLATION and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation. (If prompted grant administrative privileges).
  8. After the installation completes, restart the system and check if the 6328 error in COD is not visible anymore.

Fix 8: Scan and Repair with Battle.net Desktop Client

The Battle.net desktop client is a useful resource to fix minor problems with the game and often it’s the minor fix that works. So, let’s utilize the Scan and Repair feature of the Battle.net client. Here is how you can do it.

  1. Open the Battle.net client using the desktop shortcut.
  2. Open the game COD MW by clicking on the icon.
  3. Click Options > Scan and Repair > Start Scan.

Wait for the process to complete and check if the dev error 6328 is still visible or not.

Fix 9: Delete Battle.net Cache Files

Another fix for Battle.net users relates to corrupted game files. If your game files have been corrupted that can be a possible cause for 6328 error. Users who removed the cache files from Battle.net resolved this error for good. Here is how you can navigate to the Blizzard Entertainment folder and delete the cache files.

  1. Close all the games running in Battle.net.
  2. Open the Run dialogue by pressing Windows Key + R.
  3. Type %programdata% and hit enter.
  4. Open the folder named Blizzard Entertainment and go to Battle.net > Cache.
  5. Press Control + A, right-click and select Delete
  6. Ensure every item in the folder is deleted.

Once you have performed the above steps, restart the computer and the dev error 6328 should have disappeared.

Fix 10: Reinstall COD MW Warzone on a Different Drive

Installing the game on a different drive than the original location fixed the problem for some users. So, if you have been struggling with the error and nothing has worked so far, it’s worth a shot to try and install the game in a new location.

Fix 11: Delete Modern Warfare Folder from Documents

This is another fix that a user suggests. If you have old Modern Warfare files on your system it could be causing the problem. So, try this.

  • Go to Document -> Delete folder Modern Warfare (C > Users > System name > Documents > Call of Duty Modern Warfare or Warzone)
  • Boot up the game and enter “Practice –> Warzone Orientation”
  • Leave the practice area
  • Caching-magic happened and you can now play Battle Royale.

We welcome your comments with suggestions on improving the answer as well as any feedback you’d like to give.

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