Ah, you’re back again. What did COD Warzone do this time? Put you in a lobby full of hackers? Refuse to give you a match? Throw the invisible attack helicopter at you? Or perhaps it just didn’t let you into the game altogether? But, above all, if Warzone has decided to stick you with Error code 47 then you’re in luck. Today we’ll be looking at some possible solutions for this particularly annoying error.
This error mainly occurs on consoles due to some issue with the Warzone game files, and anytime it occurs you can forget about playing the game, you won’t even be able to launch the game. Let’s look at some ways to fix this issue.
How to fix COD Warzone Error code 47
There are plenty of ways to fix this error. But if nothing works you’ll have to reinstall the game as a last resort, let’s begin. Here’s how to fix COD Warzone Error code 47.
Restart your game
Well, if you are facing the COD Warzone Error code 47 on your console, don’t be alarmed as your game is probably just asking for a quick reset before it can begin to function properly. So just quit out of Warzone and restart it. However, If it still doesn’t work move on to the next method.
Reboot in safe mode
Well, before we can actually start fixing anything you’re going to have to put your PlayStation into safe mode. To do so, hold down the power button of your controller and don’t let go! Well, not until you hear two beeps anyway. Let go once the two beeps play and your PlayStation will boot in safe mode. Now, we can move on to the actual fix.
Rebuild your Database
Before you start worrying let us reassure you, Rebuilding your Database will not delete anything important from your system. All it does is get rid of all the corrupted files that are present in your system. Simply select the Rebuild Database option, and you’ll be all set to go. Try and launch Warzone once the process is done. And, if the issue still persists continue reading.
Ah, the bane of every storage drive’s existence, Warzone. If your issue hasn’t been fixed despite everything, you’re going to have to reinstall it. Delete COD Warzone and every file related to it from your console. Install the game again, and you’re all set to go. We know that installing Warzone seems like a big task, but it’s worth it. A fresh installation of the game will always almost fix every issue with it.
And just like that, your issue has been fixed. Visit Digistatement for more COD Warzone content. Thank you for reading.