Friday, August 19, 2022

FIX: Dev Error 5573 On Warzone In 2022

When you get Dev error 5573 On Warzone, the game becomes unplayable. You mainly get this error while playing the game on PS4 or PC.

It is considered a fatal exception error but fortunately, there are solutions to fix the problem easily.

How To Fix Dev Error 5573 Warzone?

Follow these steps given below to fix Dev Error 5573 on Warzone.

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1) Perform A Clean Boot

When you are getting Warzone error 5573 on your PC, first of all, perform a clean boot.

Sometimes the programs & services running in the background interfere with CoD Warzone and create problems.

A clean boot will disable the unnecessary programs and services.

To do so, follow the steps given below:

  • Press Windows + R keys to open the Run utility. In the Run command box, enter msconfig and press Enter.

msconfig-run-command

  • From the System Configuration window, click on the Services tab. Check the box for Hide all Microsoft Services as shown below.

hide-all-microsoft-services-option

  • Next click on Disable all option. This will disable all other services running in the background excluding the Microsoft services.
  • Next you need to open Task Manager. For that right click on the Taskbar and click on Task Manager.
  • From the Startup tab, right-click on the particular apps you want to disable and choose the Disable option.

disable-a-service-from-task-manager

After finishing the process, restart your PC. Launch COD: Warzone and check if the issue is solved else go to the next step.

2) Scan And Repair The Game File

If the game files are missing or corrupted then this can be the reason for the Dev error in Warzone.

So, scan & repair the game files following the steps given below:

To do so, follow the steps given below:

  • Open Battle.net launcher and select the COD Warzone game.
  • Click on Options and then select the Scan and Repair option as shown in the picture below.

cod-scan-and-repair-option

  • This will verify the missing or corrupted game files and repair those.

After the verification process is over, launch the game, and this time you should not get the Warzone error 5573.

3) Update Warzone

You should always keep your game updated. The outdated version of the game can be the reason for the Dev error in Warzone.

To update the game to the latest version follow the steps given below:

  • Open Battle.net and click on the Call of Duty Warzone.
  • Select Options.
  • Next click on Check for updates option.

cod-check-for-updates

  • After the game is updated, relaunch it and see if it is showing any error now. If you again see the error, launch the game in windowed mode.

4) Try Windowed Mode 

To launch COD: Warzone in windowed mode, follow the steps given below:

  • Open Battle.net and select Options. Click on the Graphics tab and go to the Display section. Set the mode to Windowed.

cod-game-windowed-mode

If this does not solve the problem, go to the next solution.

5) Rebuild Database

If you are getting a Dev error on Warzone while playing it on PS4, rebuild its database.

  • Wake the console from sleep mode. Press & hold the PS button from the controller. Select Power and then Turn off PS4.
  • Keeping the console off, connect the PS4 to the controller with a USB cable.
  • Press & hold the Power button from the form of the gaming console till you hear  2 beeps.
  • After hearing the second beep, release the button and wait till the Safe mode menu appears.
  • Select Rebuild Database from the displayed options and follow the on-screen instructions.

rebuild-database-cod

  • Click on the OK button and the console will start the rebuilding process.
  • The PS4 console will restart and show you the Play Station logo. You will then see the progress bar to show the rebuilding process.
  • After the process completes, the console will restart. Now launch warzone and the error should be fixed.

6) Update The Graphics Drivers

If you are again getting the same Dev Warzone error, update the graphics driver.

Outdated graphics drivers can be the reason behind this. You should always keep the graphics driver updated to maximize your gaming experience.

So, update the graphics driver following this extensive guide. And then relaunch Warzone.

7) Update Windows

If you are playing Warzone on PC and getting an error, update your Windows.

An outdated version of Windows can have compatibility issues with the game and create problems.

So, check for any pending updates following these steps:

  • Open Windows Settings by pressing Win + I keys.
  • Click on Update & Security and then select the Windows Update option.

update-and-security-windows-settings

  • From the right pane choose Check for updates. Windows will notify if there are any available updates.

windows-check-for-updates

  • Install the update by clicking on the Next button.

After Windows is updated to the latest version, relaunch Warzone.

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]

  1. How Do I Fix Dev Error 5573 On Xbox 2021?

To fix Dev error 5573 on Warzone, reboot the network, update graphics drivers, delete Warzone game cache, repair & scan Warzone game files, and update the game.

2. How Do I Fix Dev Errors On Warzone?

To fix Dev errors on Warzone, perform a clean boot, update the game, update, graphics drivers, repair game files, and update Windows.

3. How Do I Fix Dev Error 6358 Warzone?

To fix Dev Error 6358 Warzone, clear the game cache, start the game in windowed mode, update the game, scan and repair the game files, and update Windows.

Closing Up

If the above guide helped you to fix dev error 5573 on Warzone, send us a feedback in the comments section below.

Keep sending us your queries and we shall revert soon.

Sanchita Das
Sanchita Das
Creative and focused. Always ready to learn new techniques and improvise accordingly. Loves to meet new challenges and explore new possibilities.

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