The Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War becomes one of the highest-selling digital copies in 2020 and the reviews are quite mixed in terms of the graphics, gameplay. However, the newly launched video game does have multiple issues or bugs which is expected initially. Now, plenty of unfortunate players are experiencing issues with the COD Black Ops Cold War Compiling Shaders Crash. If you’re also encountering the same, check out this troubleshooting guide.
So, the compiling shaders crash literally prevents players to get into the multiplayer mode as well as the Warzone game on all platforms like PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox console, etc. So, if in case, the same ‘compiling shaders’ meter stuck at 3/4 then you should check the possible workarounds below in order to quickly fix this issue.
Fix COD Black Ops Cold War Compiling Shaders Crash
Plenty of unfortunate players are getting the “Compiling shaders to optimize performance during gameplay” message which is irritating for sure. This means you’ll need to wait for a long time to get able to play multiplayer mode or even Warzone title. Mostly it takes never ending loading screen and stuck at the loop which is more frustrating.
To recall, this kind of issue has been previously appeared on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game so the steps to resolve this issue is quite easy. Here we’ve shared the two different methods for PC and other consoles.
1. For PC:
- Launch the Black Ops Cold War game > Go to the ‘Settings’ menu.
- Select ‘Graphics’ > Choose ‘Restart Shaders Compilation’.
- You’re done.
2. For PS4/PS5, Xbox Gaming Consoles
- If the Black Ops Cold War game is already running then make sure to restart it. [If not running then launch the game first]
- Check if the problem has been solved or not. If not then you should restart your gaming console also.
- If none of these tricks worked for you, ensure to uninstall and reinstall the game completely. [Though it’s not a solution, you can try this one as a last way]
Note: Make sure to reinstall the game to the inbuilt SSD drive for a faster installation and proper downloading of compiling shaders files. Alternatively, you’ll need to wait further for developers to come up with a new patch fix. Till then you can look for more reports or solutions on the Blizzard or Activision support forum.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, feel free to ask in the comment below.