[Updated] COD: Modern Warfare 2 'Dev Error 11642, 401, & 292' in Private matches reported by many
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on November 21, 2022) follows:
Here’s the crux of the article in video form
COD: Modern Warfare 2 is a complete package for every fan of first-person shooters. You are thrown into an ever-changing story and taken on a roller coaster ride of fast-paced action across different environments.
COD: Modern Warfare 2 Dev Error
Private matches are essentially a good way to get yourself familiarised with the new game mechanics and maps. It allows players to play with their friends or bots in customized variants of the standard in-game modes.
It has long been a popular game mode in the Call of Duty series; however, gamers have recently been unable to access it owing to Dev Error 11642.
This issue allegedly happens every time a player attempts to start a private match, rendering the game mode unplayable for the time being.
Dev error 11642 means custom lobbies are unplayable since the update. So dissapointed. Im going back to Vanguard for my cod streaming at present till this mess is sorted.
Please fix whatever you broke! I can’t get into any games because of dev error 292, 11642, & something about no reliable sources
I’m completely unable to start or even open Private Match in some cases. I’m getting “Dev Error 401” by just attempting to create a match. If I’m lucky enough to start a game, the map begins to load, freezes & then either crashes my game or Dev Errors
This issue seems to have surfaced recently following the much-anticipated season 1 update.
Meanwhile, there is a potential workaround that could address the problem before the official fix arrives. All you need to do is change FPS settings from custom to unlimited:
Please let us know in the comments section below whether the aforementioned workaround was successful in resolving this problem.
Also, we will be updating this space once the problem is fixed so stay tuned for more information.
Update 1 (November 22, 2022)
Luckily, we have come across a few workarounds for this issue. The first one involves setting cache size to medium or small:
Go to settings
Press over on-demand texture streaming for more option
Set cache size to medium or small
Secondly, you have to uninstall and reinstall the game.
Update 2 (November 23, 2022)
01:26 pm (IST): A recent Modern Warfare 2 update has reportedly addressed the issue where players are getting dev error in private matches.
Update 3 (November 24, 2022)
10:23 am (IST): Infinity Ward has confirmed on their official Trello board that they are currently investigating some stability issues with the game along with Dev errors in private matches.
Update 4 (November 25, 2022)
Update 5 (November 28, 2022)
04:38 pm (IST): Here’s a workaround for Xbox users as suggested by one of our viewers.
For Xbox (it may work for pc & PS aswell but I haven’t tested it)
Start to search for a lobby in quick play and back out then do your private match, worked for me after trying other things for 2 hours
Thanks for the tip: Stevie Xolo!
Update 6 (November 29, 2022)
03:58 pm (IST): Dev errors are still present in both COD: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2. However, it now seems to be benefitting players.
According to a report, players are now getting every unlock for free as well as copy of Modern Warfare 2 vault edition.
BREAKING: Dev errors are now giving effected players every unlock in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 as well as a free copy of MW2 vault edition.
This includes weapon camos, weapons, attachments, operators, store bundles, future DLC content like shipment and more. #MW2 (Source)
Update 7 (November 30, 2022)
06:37 pm (IST): A gamer has suggested that Warzone 2.0 should have a ‘reconnect’ button to avoid dev error and the same goes with Modern Warfare 2 as well.
Like this tweet if Warzone 2.0 should have a reconnect feature so we’d never have to worry about a dev error again. (Source)
NOTE: You can also check out the COD saga tracker for updates on other bugs and issues.
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