As new updates arrive Call of Duty Warzone or Modern Warfare, it’s important that you install the new updates at your earliest convenience. The Savanah error usually comes about when there’s something wrong with your game installation or there’s a failed update.
The following instructions will teach and guide you through the process of fixing Savanah error in Warzone and Modern Warfare- the fixes apply to Consoles (PS4, PS5, Xbox) and PC. Follow the instructions that’s suitable/designated your gaming device to apply the fix.
Launch/login to Battle.net
Choose ‘Warzone‘ tab from the menu
Now click the ‘Update’ button to begin download/install latest version of the game
Once the update process completes, you can launch the game and get back in the battlefield soldier
The above method has been tried and confirmed to be working by most players, but if doesn’t work for you or the update fails to download, do the following:
If no update was detected, click the cog icon next to the ‘Play’ button and select 'Check for Updates’. This should force your game to begin downloading the latest version.
Also, if the second fix fails to work on Modern Warfare, use the guide below to fix Savanah error-
Navigate to Modern Warfare installation directory/folder and delete the following folders
code_post_gfx.psob data0.dcache data1.dcache techsets_captive.psob techsets_common.psob techsets_common_base_mp.psob techsets_common_mp.psob techsets_common_sp.psob techsets_estate.psob techsets_global_stream_mp.psob techsets_lab.psob techsets_mp_frontend.psob techsets_stpetersburg.psob toc0.dcache toc1.dache
Once you’ve deleted the above files, simply head back over to Battle.net and select the cog next to the Warzone play button. From here, select the ‘Scan and Repair’ option and open up the game on completion.
While on PlayStation home screen, do the following exactly as mention in the instructions below:
Locate Call of Duty: Warzone launcher
Press the ‘Options’ button on your controller
Select ‘Checking for Updates’
Download the latest version of Warzone
And that’s it!
In order to fix the Savannah error on Xbox One, Series X and S, you’ll need to follow steps similar as the ones above.
Locate your ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’ game on your console
Find the game’s reserve data and uninstall it
Once update is successfully complete, launch game and now you can play without the Savanah error
These outlined instructions should definitely help you fix Savanah error on either PC or Console. If it doesn’t work on your device, just comment below so the community can share tips to help you troubleshoot the problem.
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