Error Code Torch has been an issue for PlayStation Warzone players. To fix this error, players will need to switch their internet connection.
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Error Code Torch is a new bug in Warzone that was relevant in consoles after the Pacific Caldera update. It’s common for Call of Duty titles to create their error codes for players to look up. These come in the form of simple phrases, making it easier for players to find the answer that they need. Unfortunately, in the most recent holiday update for the game, Error Code Torch has become an issue, especially for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 users. Fortunately, there are a few ways to fix it.
Every version of the game follows its own rules. What works for the PC port of the game might not work for the Warzone PlayStation 5 port. It’s important to mention that there is no guarantee that these methods will fix the error code. Since this is a bug, players will need to wait for an official patch from the developers to fix it permanently. Instead, these are things players can do to fix the error for the time being.
If players are receiving Error Code Torch, the first thing they can do to fix it is restarting Warzone. This might be like a fairly easy fix, but it works almost every time. When closing the game, highlight it and make sure to check for any updates. Players won’t be able to go online without Warzone‘s latest patch anyway. If this still doesn’t work, there might be an issue with the player’s internet connection.
Fixing Error Code Torch in Warzone Pacific
This error code shows up fairly often for players with wired internet connections and switching to a wireless connection might fix the issue. While it might not be as stable as a wired one, players can at least get online to play a few matches. If the online works with a wireless connection, the player might need to replace their Ethernet cable. It’s common for these wires to display wear-and-tear after a few years of use. They can do this within the console’s internet options in the settings. As one final option, players can also completely uninstall Warzone.
Uninstalling the full game will remove any potential issues with errors. Since the player’s data is tied to their online account, they will be able to pick back up where they left off when they boot back up. It also works if players are jumping from platform to platform. Although, this method can be incredibly time-consuming as Warzone has a massive file size irrespective of the platform. Removing the game in full should be the last resort if nothing else works.
Warzone is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and Android.
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