How to Resolve Dev Error 6068 in COD Warzone?

Some COD Warzone gamers continue to be experiencing Dev Error 6068 at this time. This error has been continuously hitting quite several users since Warzone was released. If you are getting this problem on your computer, this guide may help you fix it.

Dev Error 6068 Modern Warfare
Dev Error 6068 Modern Warfare

What is COD Warzone Dev Error 6068? 

Call of Duty Warzone can seldom encounter problems, and one of the common ones reported to us is Dev Error 6068. This error usually happens when your computer runs outdated gaming drivers or when Windows is not corrupted.

In other instances, users reported to us that they were able to fix this problem after they’ve successfully reinstalled the game bar without making any changes to their system. This can mean that the problem may also happen due to a unique random bug within the game files.

Unlike other Dev issues for the Call of Duty franchise, this problem is not likely caused by a poor internet connection or any network-related error.

Dev Error 6068
Dev Error 6068

What are the causes for COD Warzone Dev Error 6068?

There are many possible factors that we’ve compiled over several months since some Warzone players have started reporting the problem to us:

Outdated software 

Machines operating an older version of Windows 10 are prone to Dev errors like 6068 when COD Warzone is installed. Ensure that your PC’s Operating System is fully updated when you want to play Warzone to enjoy the GeForce experience.

Game drivers need updates

Some instances of Dev Error 6068 were fixed after graphics card drivers were updated. Ensure that you check for GPU drivers once you’ve updated your system’s OS and have a GeForce experience.

Random game bug

Software and games may encounter random glitches and bugs seldom. If Warzone Dev Error 6068 does not occur frequently, it may be an unexpected issue with the game itself.

To lessen the chances of random bugs from occurring, you’ll want to keep the software environment of your PC updated all the time. This means running the OS and graphic cards running their latest versions all the time.

Damaged game files

Corrupted or damaged game files are another common cause of many game problems. If Directx found an unrecoverable issue and this is the one causing the Error 6068 on your PC, you may need to delete and reinstall the game. Make sure to download the most advanced version available. Also, check your task manager to see if the game has stopped suddenly.

Interference third party programs

A few Warzone gamers have told us that their game started working erratically after installing a new app on their computer. Try to recall if you recently installed a new program. If you did, try deleting it from the system and check if that will set the Warzone Dev Error 6068 or if you’ve encountered an unrecoverable error. This may also help if Directx encountered an unrecoverable issue. Check your task manager for validation.

How to fix COD Warzone Dev Error 6068?

There are several proven solutions to fix Warzone Dev Error 6068. Check them out below and see which one can help improve your problem or if you’ve encountered an unrecoverable error.

Install updates

As mentioned above, keeping your software and games updated may help resolve things. The following are points that you should check for updates:

  • games
  • Windows OS
  • drivers

Modify VideoMemoryScale option

A Warzone player told us that he could fix Dev Error 6068 by changing the value of the VideoMemoryScale option. Here’s how to do that:

  • Open up your File Explorer.
  • Go to Documents\Call of Duty Modern Warfare\players
  • Open adv_options.ini file using Notepad.
  • Find the line that tells VideoMemoryScale and change the value to 0.5.

Force the game to re-update

One user shared this solution in the official Activision forum. This possible solution deletes individual files within the main Call of Duty Modern Warfare installation folder. Here’s how it’s done:

  • Close Call of Duty Warzone game if you have it working.
  • Open to your main Call of Duty Modern Warfare installation folder. The default is usually located in C:\Program Files (x86), but it can be different if you have a separate installation path.
  • Once you’ve got the Call of Duty Modern Warfare folder, open it.
  • Delete all files within the folder except Blizzardbrowser, Data, and Main.
  • Restart the game by starting it from a Battle.net client.
  • Once you get the issue saying that the game is corrupt, proceed with the update option.

Delete the Data folder

The other modified method to force the game to update itself is by deleting only the Data folder and leaving the rest intact. Here’s how:

  • Close Call of Duty Warzone game if you have it working.
  • Open to your main Call of Duty Modern Warfare installation folder. The default is usually located in C:\Program Files (x86), but it can be different if you have a separate installation path.
  • Once you’ve got the Call of Duty Modern Warfare folder, open it.
  • Delete the Data folder.
  • Restart the game by originating it from the Battle.net client.
  • Once you get the issue saying that the game is corrupt, proceed with the update option.

The run game at 30FPS

Lowering the Frames per Second (FPS) of a fast-action game like Warzone is hardly a resolution, but this is worth examining if you are desperate for a fix for Dev Error 6068. Your machine may be inadequate to handle the current FPS settings.

Try reducing the FPS of the game by doing the following steps:

  • Open Nvidia Control Panel.
  • Select Manage 3D Settings.
  • Go to Program Settings.
  • Choose the game from the list and set vertical sync to Adaptive Half Refresh Rate.
  • Make sure to approve the changes and restart the game.
  • You can also disable the Nvidia overlay or Geforce experience if reasonable.

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