Are you getting a “Dev Error 5476” error message in Call of Duty: Warzone?
Here’s the second part of the error message, “To contact customer service support, go to http://support.activision.com/modernwarfare”.
The error message is caused by the latest Warzone update.
If you’ve recently updated the game, you won’t be able to play it because there’s a glitch.
In this guide, you’ll learn why you’re getting “Dev Error 5476” in Call of Duty: Warzone and how to fix it.
Why am I getting “Dev Error 5476” in Warzone?
You’re getting “Dev Error 5476” in Warzone because of a glitch in the game.
The glitch happened after the latest Warzone update.
The error message affects users who made blueprints/custom builds/custom variants in Multiplayer.
A lot of users are complaining about the issue on Twitter, so it’s a global outage.
Here’s a tweet by @Rube97420622, “Please help @ATVIAssist. After the latest Warzone update, I can’t log on to my account. When I try to start it on my PS5, it says dev error 5476”.
A user, @SHAZAM_TTV said that he tried every fix on the internet but it does not work.
How to fix “Dev Error 5476” in Warzone
To fix “Dev Error 5476” in Warzone, you need to wait until Raven Software fixes the issue.
Alternatively, you can try removing all of your custom variants in the game from all accounts/controllers.
1. Wait for it to be fixed
According to @RavenSoftware on Twitter, they are aware of the issue.
They are currently investigating the “Dev Error 5476” issue and are working on a fix.
Their Trello board states that the status of the fix is “Investigating”.
After the issue is fixed, the status will change to “Fixed”.
If you’re one of the users that are affected by the error, you need to for wait a new update to be released.
The new update will fix the existing bug/glitch in the game that causes the error.
2. Remove all custom variants
- Use another user account and open Warzone.
- Turn on your second controller and your main account is added to the game.
- Change all of your loadouts to VG.
- Change your operator, calling cards, and emblems to a black ops one.
- Log out of the user account.
- Restart Warzone.
A PS5 user managed to find a fix for the “Dev Error 5476” issue in Warzone.
The fix is to make sure that whoever logs into the account on PlayStation removes their blueprints, custom builds, and custom variants.
This will fix the camo glitch in Multiplayer.
The credit is due to @eSports_Umar on Twitter for finding the solution.