Yet another error code is preventing players from enjoying Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone. Appearing in prompts as dev error 6328, this error is a particular nuisance to PC players. And, like many other dev codes, the description of the error does little to describe what the actual problem is. So, what is dev error 6328, and what can you do to fix it? Read on to find out.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone | Dev error 6328
The Modern Warfare and Warzone dev error 6328 typically appears when the game has trouble launching. The issue seems to be related to the games’ online services, which is why it sometimes shows up when trying to join online multiplayer lobbies.
So far, the team at Activision hasn’t been able to provide any solid reason for why dev error 6328 appears. With that said, some users have been able to fix the problem by restarting their system, their router, or by updating their Nvidia Studio software.
Unfortunately, none of these fixes seem to work in every situation. 6328 remains one of the more frustrating problems in both Warzone and Modern Warfare since it seems to have no clear solution. However, it’s at least worth trying a few of the suggestions below in the off chance they’ll fix the issue.
- Restart your computer or console
- Power cycle your modem and/or WiFi router
- Make sure your graphics card drivers (and specifically your Nvidia Studio software) are up to date
- Ensure that Windows has the latest update package installed
- Use the Scan and Repair tool through the Battle.net launcher
No one is really sure what the Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare dev error 6328 means. As such, there’s no guaranteed way to fix it. The small number of players who have managed to circumvent the error most often report that a system or router restart seems to have done the trick. If that doesn’t work, it’s worth opening up a support ticket with Activision Support.