Call of Duty: Warzone Crashing on PC? Get through this article, and you will not have to look for the solution elsewhere.

Call of Duty Warzone Crashing on PC

The recently launched free-to-play battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone has gained considerable popularity across various platforms. However, the count for PC players remains lower than the ones on the console. The prime reason is the sudden crashing issues that seem exclusive for PC players.

To help you out, we have a list of 7 fixes with which you can enjoy your game resolving all the crashing issues.

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How to Fix Call of Duty: Warzone and Avoid Crashing Down on PC

#Fix 1: Check if you are running the Latest Version of the Game

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When your game starts crashing down all of a sudden, the first thing that you need to do is check the game’s version.

  • Launch the Battle.Net Client
  • Find Call of Duty: MW
  • Select Warzone and check the update status

If the game version seems fine, proceed to the following fixes.

#Fix 2: Get Your Graphic Driver Updated

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  • Visit the official website of your GPU manufacturer
  • Search for the graphics model 
  • Download and install the latest version available
  • Restart your PC

#Fix 3: Verifying the Integrity of Varied Game Files

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  • Launch Blizzard Battle.Net client
  • Find Call of Duty: MW from the left side of the main screen.
  • Tap on “Options”
  • From the drop-down menu, click “Scan and Repair.”
  • Clin on “Begin Scan”
  • Once done, restart your PC and check if the crash issue is resolved.

#Fix 4: Get Rid of Unnecessary Background Applications

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  • Move the cursor to the taskbar’s blank area and right-click on that.
  • From the menu of options, find and tap “Task Manager.”
  • Right-click on any running application that seems unnecessary and select the “End Task” option

Note: According to some players, getting rid of the processes related to Kite.exe has helped them resolve the crashing issue.

#Fix 5: Adjusting Various In-Game Graphics Settings

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Failing to render the high-end graphics of the game, desktop players face frequent crashing down issues. Thus, it is recommended to disable some settings like-Sync, Texture Streaming, and other corresponding to high-end graphics to ensure the CPU of your PC processes the game smoothly. 

For doing this, you can simply hover over to the graphics settings option from the main menu and toggle each of the elements as per your desktop’s capability. You can even try and put everything to the lowest and check if the issue is resolved.

#Fix 6: Switching to the DirectX 11

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  • Launch Blizzard Battle.Net
  • Find and select Call of Duty: MW.
  • Click on options and then “Game Settings.”
  • Under the Game Settings, tick the “Additional Command Line Arguments” option and enter “-D3D11” in the available field.
  • Click “Done” 
  • Finally, restart your PC to be on the safer end.

#Fix 7: Renaming the Game File

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The fix sounds weird, right? Surprisingly renaming the game file has helped many players resolve the crashing issue. With that being said, giving this fix a try might result in a wonderful deal.

  • Launch Battle.Net
  • Find Call of Duty: MW
  • Tap on options and select “Show in Explorer.”
  • Open the game folder.
  • Double click on the file that says “ModernWarfare.exe” and rename it to “ModernWarfare.exe1.”
  • Restart your PC
  • Once done, launch your game and look if it runs without any issue.

Final Words

There you have it, the best fixes to avoid Call of Duty Warzone crashing down on PC. Although a single fix is enough to resolve the issue in most cases, at times, you might need to try a combination of two or more.