How to fix the “Savannah” error on Warzone

As more and more players fall victim to the Savannah error on Warzone, here…

How to fix the "Savannah" error on Warzone

As more and more players fall victim to the Savannah error on Warzone, here are multiple ways to try to get rid of it. It’s certainly far from a quick fix, but until a patch is deployed, it’s always a good thing!

While having to deal with bugs galore and the ubiquitous cheaters on Warzone isn’t easy every day, those are far from the only problems with the battle royale. Sometimes, problems arise before players have even been able to access the battlefield.

Over the months, players have faced multiple errors and server issues that have denied them access to the battle royale, but fortunately, there are solutions.

Here are various options to fix attempt to fix the Savannah error, which has recently been preventing players from joining their friends on Warzone.

Grau WarzoneSolve the Savannah error of Warzone on PC

For PC gamers, there are a few simple solutions that may be enough to solve the problem.

Update Warzone

It may not seem like a big deal, but with all of the updates that come and go on the battle royale, it’s easy to forget to keep the game updated and that can quickly become a problem.

To update Warzone simply:

  • Launch Warzone
  • Check the version of Warzone you are using
  • Choose to update the game
  • Then make sure all current updates are installed
  • If not, install them and then restart the game

Delete files

If the above solution didn’t work, then you’re going to have to take a look at the files in Modern Warfare.

Go into the Modern Warfare files and delete the following files:

  • code_post_gfx.psob
  • data0.dcache
  • data1.dcache
  • techsets_captive.psob
  • techsets_common.psob
  • techsets_common_base_mp.psob
  • techsets_common_mp.psob
  • techsets_common_sp.psob
  • techsets_estate.psob
  • techsets_global_stream_mp.psob
  • techsets_lab.psob
  • techsets_mp_frontend.psob
  • techsets_stpetersburg.psob
  • toc0.dcache
  • toc1.dache

Once you’ve deleted the files, head to the for Modern Warfare options. Then run “Scan and Repair.”

Solve Savannah error on PS4 and PS5

Here is how to fix the Savannah error on PS:

  • Go to your console’s home screen
  • Scroll down until you get your hands on Warzone
  • Press the “Options”
  • Select “Check for updates”

Once your system is fully updated, Warzone should work properly.

Solve the Savannah error on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S

Players on Xbox will need to do the following:

  • Go to Warzone
  • Find the game’s spare data and uninstall it.
  • The game should now update.

Once this is done, launch Warzone to try your luck again.

If unfortunately these various options do not work, please feel free to contact Activision support for further assistance.