Warzone 2.0

Fix Warzone 2 Error Code 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000

Fix Warzone 2 Error Code 0x8000FFFF0x00000000

CoD Warzone 2 is the latest battle royal game and it is an absolutely free-to-play title gamers don’t require purchasing MW2 to play it. However, since Warzone 2 has been released, many players have been reporting several bugs and issues with the game. Lately, many players cannot enjoy the game as they are running into the error code 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000. To report this error, many players have taken Reddit and Twitter and complained about this bug. Fortunately, here we show you some potential workarounds to fix these errors.

How to Fix Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Error Code 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000

There could be several reasons why the error codes 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000 are triggering in CoD Warzone 2. Thankfully, you can solve the issue by going through the basic troubleshooting steps given below.

1. Disable Overlay Option

Disabling the overlay option in the game is one of the best solutions to fix error code 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000. To do so:

For NVIDIA Users:

– Run the GeForce Experience app

– Click on the Settings icon

– Disable the ‘In-Game Overlay’ option

– Once done, run the game.

For Steam Users:

– Run the Steam app

– Click on the ‘Steam’

– Click on the ‘In-Game’ option on the left and disable the ‘Enable Steam Interface While In-Game’

– Once done, relaunch the game and the error should be fixed

2. Edit the Registry Settings;

Some players say that they have fixed these errors by editing the registry settings. For this:

– Open up the run dialogue box by pressing Win + R keys

– Type ‘regedit’ and click on Ok

– Type or copy the following patch and paste it 

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Cryptography

– Then double-click on the ‘MachineGuid” record and then paste the following code

d1eb246e-6243-4460-a88e-5d4e52b1ef6b 

– Lastly, save it, and once done, run the game

3. Delete Saved File

Sometimes, some corrupted or damaged saved game files in the registry can create several issues including the error codes 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000. So, try deleting the saved file and check if the error is gone.

– Open up the search box on your PC and type ‘Run’ 

– Type or copy this line – %UserProfile%\Documents\

– Lastly, delete the ‘Call of Duty’ folder and check if the error continues

4. Verify the Integrity of Game Files

Some missing or corrupted game files are also one of the reasons why you are seeing errors 0x8000FFFF/0x00000000 in Warzone 2.0. If that is the case, try verifying the integrity of game files.

For Steam:

– Go to Steam Library

– Right-click on Warzone 2.0 and click on Properties

– Select Local Files 

– And click on Verify the Integrity of game files

– Once done, launch the game again and the error should be fixed in Warzone 2.0

For Battle.net:

– Open up the Battle.net client

– Go to the Warzone 2.0 tab and select the cog wheel beside the ‘Play’ button

– From the drop-down menu, find ‘Scan and Repair’ from the menu and click on ‘Begin Scan’

– Once the scan is done, launch the game and the error should be eliminated

5. Disable Antivirus Program Temporarily

At times, your antivirus program can also prevent the game from running smoothly. So, disabling your antivirus program temporarily is also one of the best tricks to eliminate errors in Warzone 2.0

– Type in ‘Windows security settings’ in your Windows search box

– Click on ‘Virus and Threat Protection’ 

– Next, click on ‘Ransomware Protection’

– Turn off the ‘Controlled Folder Access’ option on the screen

– Once done, run the game and you are good to go

Prasiddh Thakkar
I am a trainee at QM Games.

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