- Players can’t launch Call of Duty: MW when the Dev 6068 issue arises.
- To fix this issue, some players recommend updating your drivers.
- Others stated that running the game with elevated privileges did the trick too.
- If you're running an AMD GPU, try underclocking it as well.
Many Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players posted on support forums during Warzone Season 6 about a Dev Error 6068 Warzone issue. When those players click Play in Battle.net, an error message pops up that says, DEV ERROR 6068 DirectX encountered an unrecoverable error.
What does dev error 6068 mean?
The Dev Error 6068 message highlights that there’s a DirectX issue. So, it can mean your DirectX installation is corrupted. However, the Dev Error 6068 Warzone issue can also be due to antiquated drivers, certain settings, corrupted game files, and other things.
How can I fix Dev Error 6068?
1. Update your GPU’s driver
First, check if you need to update your graphics card driver.
You can do that with the DriverFix Pro software for Windows that quickly scans for outdated drivers and automatically updates (installs) them for users.
Its scan will show you if there’s a more update driver available for your GPU.
This software compares current user driver versions with those in its own driver database, which gets updated daily.
That database includes more than 18 million drivers. So, DriverFix will save you manually searching through a website to find and download the latest graphics card driver.
- Download and install DriverFix.
- Launch the software.
- Wait for DriverFix to detect all your faulty drivers.
- The application will now show you all the drivers that have issues, and you just need to select the ones you’d liked fixed.
- Wait for the app to download and install the newest drivers.
- Restart your PC for the changes to take effect.
DriverFixKeep you GPU on the peaks of their performance without worrying about its drivers.
2. Run Call of Duty with admin rights
- First, open the Battle.net launcher software.
- Select Call of Duty: MW on the left of the window.
- Click Options > Show in Explorer to open the folder that includes the game’s folder.
- Open the Call of Duty Modern Warfare folder.
- Right-click ModernWarfare.Exe and select Properties.
- Select the Run this program in administrator option on the Compatibility tab shown directly below.
- Click the Apply option, and press the OK button.
- Then try playing the game again.
3. Configure the game to run with DirectX 11
- Open the Battle.net window.
- Click Options to select Game Settings, which will open the window shown directly below.
- Then select the Additional command line arguments checkbox.
- Type -d3d11 in the command line argument text box.
- Press the Done button.
4. Select the Exit Battle.net completely option
- Open your Battle.net game launcher software.
- Click Blizzard at the top left of the Battle.net software.
- Select Settings to open that window.
- Click the On Game Launch drop-down menu shown directly below.
- Then select the Exit the Battle.net App completely option.
- Click Done to save the selected settings.
5. Update Windows 10
- Click the Type here to search button on the left side your Windows 10 taskbar.
- Type Windows Update in the search utility that opens.
- Click Windows Update settings to open Settings tab in the shot directly below.
- If there’s a new Windows 10 build available, click Download and install to update the platform with its latest version.
- Click the Check for updates button to download the latest patch updates if a new build version isn’t available.
6. Adjust VideoMemoryScale
- Open File Explorer by clicking its Windows 10 taskbar button.
- Then open your Call of Duty Modern Warfare folder.
- Next, open the players subfolder.
- Right-click the adv_options.ini file and select Open with.
- Select to open the file with Notepad.
- Look for the VideoMemoryScale value in the adv_options.ini file.
- Delete the current value for VideoMemoryScale.
- Then enter 0.5 as the replacement value.
- Click File > Save in Notepad.
7. Select the Scan and Repair option
- Start the Battle.net launcher app for Call of Duty.
- Click Call of Duty: MW on the left side of Battle.net’s window.
- Click Options to open the menu in the shot directly below.
- Then select the Scan and Repair option.
- Press the Begin scan button to confirm.
8. Underclock your GPU (AMD Radeon GPU Fix)
- Right-click your desktop and select AMD Radeon software.
- Click the Performance tab to open the options shown directly below.
- Select the Manual option for tuning control.
- Adjust the Max Frequency (%) bar to -20.
Those are some of the various potential resolutions players have confirmed can fix the Dev Error 6068 Warzone issue.
Reinstalling Call of Duty: MW Warzone via Battle.net might also resolve the issue. However, that’s only a last resort resolution if the above potential fixes don’t do the trick.