A new problem emerges once again in Warzone. The Dev Error 6039 received many players. We explain a few possible solutions to you.
The dev errors are nothing new to Warzone. They keep popping up and making life difficult for players. Developers usually fix these errors fairly quickly. Nevertheless, these are nerve-wracking!
The error code 6039 seems to be a thorn in the side of many gamers. It is particularly annoying when the game has only recently received a patch and old bugs have been fixed, but new ones have now been added. The Dev Error 6039 can be bypassed and we will explain how.
Fix the Dev Error 6039:
As always, there is no guarantee that the solutions we have explained will lead to success and help you with the problem.
First of all, the game has to be on the latest patch. This is currently version 22.214.171.12421704 (as of December 27th, 2021). If you don’t have the latest version, let your operating system check the game for a new update, and these are usually loaded automatically as soon as they are rolled out.
If you have provided the game with an update, your system will restart. This may have already helped to fix the error. If this did not lead to the desired success, then you have no choice but to uninstall the game and reinstall it on your system.
If reinstalling the game was unsuccessful, you have to contact Activision Support for better or worse. Due to the numerous reports that support receives, the developers will probably roll out a patch for this problem more quickly.
Did you already have the Dev Error 6039? Let us know and whether our little guide might have helped you?