How to fix Savannah error code in Call of Duty: Warzone

Image via Activision Blizzard Call of Duty Warzone players have been facing the Savannah error code for some time. The error code usually appears when trying to join your friend’s multiplayer lobby. There are several solutions to resolve the error, ranging from updating your game to deleting some config files in the game directory.

PC fixes:

Update your game

The most effective fix for the Savannah error is to update the game with its latest fix. To update the game, follow the steps below. Open your BattleNet client and find the game in the menu. After locating the game, click on it and search for the version. If you are not running the latest version, click the Options button and select Check for updates. The client will automatically start downloading the current version of the game. Related: How to unlock TEC-9 and EM2 in Call of Duty: Warzone

Removing configuration files

According to many Reddit users, removing the following config files from the game directory will fix the issue. Locate and open your game directory. By default, this should be C: Program Files (x86) Call of Duty Modern Warfare. After opening, delete the following files as shown in the image below. Now open your BattleNet client and select the game. Click the Options button and select Scan and Repair. After repairing, launch the game and the error would hopefully be resolved.

PlayStation and Xbox fix

Unfortunately, there is only one solution available to fix Savannah error code on consoles. You need to update the game to its latest version through the platform’s network service. If none of the methods prescribed above resolve your issue, you can always contact Activision Support for further assistance. For more awesome guides, look at the Call of Duty section on Guides.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.