Playing Call of Duty Warzone are you experiencing randomly crashing games with an error message that says “Fatal Error: Dev Error 6068”? This is not an uncommon occurrence. Players have also been experiencing this error while playing Call of Duty Warzone or when launching the game, ever since it was released. Here we explain 13 solutions to this problem that have worked for many players.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision, is a first-person shooter video game released in 2019. It was commended for its gameplay, campaign (considered by critics to be one of the best in the series), multiplayer, graphics, and overall improvements to the Call of Duty formula.
How Do I Fix Dev Error 6068 in Warzone?
The Dev Error 6068 error may occur for several reasons, including poor graphics settings, configuration files, outdated Windows, corrupt game files, non-optimal settings, etc. Below you will find 10 of the best methods for identifying the cause of the error and troubleshooting it.
Open The Game as An Administrator
The program is not running with administrator rights, which is one of the reasons the Error appears. It is recommended that you run Modern Warfare as an administrator so the application has access to all the game files on your PC. Please follow the steps below to run Modern Warfare as an administrator.
- Select Properties from the right-click menu of the Modern Warfare Application on your desktop.
- Click the Compatibility tab.
- Click the Run this program as administrator checkbox.
- Press OK.
- Restart Modern Warfare to see if the problem has been resolved.
DirectX 11 Launch of Warzone
The Error 6068 was fixed by some players by running the game on DirectX 11. You can try this method to see if it also works for you.
- Launch the Battle.net client.
- Click on Call of Duty: MW in the left panel. Select Game Settings from the Options menu.
- Select Game Settings in the left panel. Select Additional command line arguments from the list. Click on Done after typing -d3d11 into the box.
Run Warzone and verify that the problem was resolved. See other fixes below if the problem persists.
Updating Windows 10
You can prevent performance and error problems by updating your Windows 10 to the latest version. The method you are about to try may fix Modern Warfare Developer Error 6068.
- Press the Windows key on your keyboard to access the Windows Search menu.
- Select Check for updates from the Windows Update search box.
- Once you click on Check for updates, Windows will search for the latest update and download it.
- The update will be installed once your computer has been restarted.
Restart Modern Warfare and see if the issue has been resolved.
Using Battle. Net To Repair Game Files
The game files that caused Modern Warfare to crash can be replaced by repairing the game through Battle.net. This method could easily solve the problem, so we recommend you try it before jumping to other solutions.
- Open the Battle.net launcher on your computer.
- Select Modern Warfare in the games tab.
- Select Options under Redeem a Code.
- Click Scan and Repair.
- After verification is complete, click Redeem.
Try running the game again after the scan is complete to determine whether the problem has been solved.
Disable Nvidia G-Sync
The error was fixed by some NVIDIA users by disabling G-Sync from the NVIDIA Control Panel.
- Click on NVIDIA Control Panel from the right-click menu on the desktop.
- Expand the list on the left by clicking the plus sign next to “Display” and choosing Set up G-Sync.
- Deselect the Enable G-Sync box and apply your settings.
- Check if the error persists after restarting your computer.