Call of Duty franchise has recently released Season One Warzone: Pacific in the actual game along with Call of Duty: Vanguard Season One. Obviously, Warzone is the first-ever online battle royale title from COD and now it includes plenty of game modes, weapons, a new map, etc in the Pacific version. As we’ve already mentioned previously that those have updated their game to COD Warzone Pacific, facing game crashes frequently. Even after reinstalling the game and shader pack 1 installation won’t help that much. Most importantly, plenty of players are reporting that the game crashes with a Dev Error 6036.
You can follow our guide to fixing the Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Dev Error 6036. After reinstalling the game, players usually can run the game only for one session, and then it crashes again just like before. Sometimes the map doesn’t load and it crashes after installing the Shader pack 1 & textures. So, if you’re also facing the same issue, you can try out some of the mentioned steps to fix Dev Error 6036 crashing.
How to Fix Call of Duty Warzone Game Crash Dev Error 6036
Currently, there are two possible temporary fixes available on Reddit by the players who have done the steps and the game works fine initially. So, we will gonna share these methods with you as well.
- First of all, you will need to delete shaders and then delete the shader cache.
- Next, start the game > Set the Priority limit to Normal instead of High. [Do this step before entering into the Lobby]
- Then Set the FPS level under 60fps. [Even if you play the game at a 120Hz refresh rate, do accordingly]
- Finally, run the game and enjoy it!
I hope that this method will help you a lot to limit game loads in the standard level instead of high game loads at once.
However, if the above-mentioned method won’t work for you, then you can try another method.
I resolved this by doing the same thing I do to resolve – a restore of the game files from the UNC path.
- Go to the root directory of your Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 folder (Such as c:\program files (x86).
- Now, delete all the individual files only (If in case, it doesn’t work, you can restore the files from the recycle bin). Make sure to keep all the folders intact like Blizzardbrowser, data, etc.
- Head over to the game and try again to start it. It should enter the game now. But you may get an error of corrupt patch.
- Simply, re-update the game from the interface (NOT the full game)
Additionally, you can scan and repair the game files by manually copying them as a backup and transferring them to a new PC/Drive. This will save a lot of time and internet data without wasting to downloading files.
In most cases, lower RAM can cause this issue while launching or playing the game. In order to fix that:
- Open Battle.net Launcher > Play the Warzone > Then go to Options.
- Click on Graphics > Under the Shadow & Lighting section, you will see two cache options.
- Disable both the Cache Spot Shadows and Cache Sun Shadows.
- Click on OK to save the changes and restart the game.
If the game still crashes, then try checking background running processes from the Task Manager.
- Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys on your keyboard to open Task Manager.
- Here you can see which processes are taking too much memory usage. You should close all the unnecessary memory-hungry processes individually by clicking on it and selecting End Task.
- Once done, restart your computer and check for the game issue.
You can also reinstall the Blizzard Battle.net launcher on your PC. In order to do that:
- Open Control Panel on your PC > Go to Uninstall a program.
- Here you will see Blizzard launcher from the list.
- Click once to select the launcher and click on Uninstall.
- Follow the on-screen instructions and delete them.
- Once done, restart your computer and go to the Blizzard website again to download & install the Blizzard launcher.
- Then log in to your Blizzard account > Get the Warzone game and try running it.
- Go to the installed Call of Duty Modern Warfare location.
- The location should be like: This PC\C:\Program Files (x86)\Blizzard\Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
- Here you will find the ‘Data’ folder. Just delete this folder.
- Go back to the Battle.net launcher > Click on Options of Warzone.
- Select Scan and Repair.
- It will take some time to download all the deleted data again.
- Once done, restart the Battle.net launcher and run the game.
We will keep updating this article whenever a new fix or permanent solution is available. Till then, stay tuned for more info.
Source: Reddit 1