Modern Warfare 2: How to Fix Dev Error 6036

A common Dev Error 6036 has been plaguing the MW2 Community since its launch on all platforms. This article will discuss why it occurs and how you can fix it.

After much anticipation and waiting, COD: MW2 is released as a full-fledged title on October 28, 2022. Following MW’s success, players are expecting greater things from this newly released title. As a result, Infinity Ward and Activision are trying their best to deliver players what they need.

No new game’s launch goes smoothly. Likewise, MW2 is also facing tons of errors, bugs, and other issues, causing players to not enjoy the game to the fullest. When millions of players try a new game immediately after launch, things like such are expected.

However, thousands of players have complained about a Dev Error 6036 which has been preventing players from enjoying MW2. It is not even letting players boot the game. So, naturally, players are pretty frustrated with this issue.

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What is Dev Error 6036

Dev Error 6036 is a pretty common issue for Call of Duty games. It was even present in Modern Warfare and Warzone. The issue mainly happens while booting up the game.

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Dev Error 6036 occurs when the maps available in the game are missing in the game files. Typically, this error will be apparent if you have an installation error or corrupted game files. Similarly, a simple boot-up difficulty may also cause Dev Error 6036.

How to Fix Dev Error 6036

As the problem mainly occurs due to a faulty installation process or corrupted game files, simply repairing the game will be enough to fix Dev Error 6036.

Here’s a step-by-step guide:

For Steam Users

  1. Go to Steam Library and select Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
  2. Click on the Settings icon from the right side of your screen.
  3. Go to properties > Local Files and click on Verify the integrity of the files.
  4. Wait for your game files to repair.
  5. After it is done repairing, restart Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

For Battle.net Users

  1. Open the Battle.net launcher and select Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
  2. Click the Settings icon
  3. Click on Scan and Repair.
  4. Wait for your game files to Scan and Repair.
  5. After it is done repairing, restart Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

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There you go! Following these steps carefully should fix your Dev Error 6036 in Modern Warfare 2. However, if you still face this error, try reinstalling the game. If your problem persists, contact Activision support and wait for an official response.

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