So, we’re finally at the stage of playing Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on the next-generation console “Xbox Series X”. However, the hype was already created before the game was released, so you can assume that there were demands and expectations from the COD: Black Ops Cold War. The game is based on true historical stories during the Cold War in the 1980s, it’s inspired by real locations, actual events, and campaigns. A copious amount of players reported that they’re encountering Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War crashing experience on Xbox Series X.
The next-generation console users victimized by the disappearance of elements from the user interface, the annoying thing is that it can’t be fixed with a simple console restart. Besides this, Xbox Series X users facing the issue of Quick Resume. As a result, it disconnects the consoles from the TV similar to changing the resolution or HDR toggle would. Here’s how you can fix that.
What is cause Black Ops Cold War Crashing on Xbox Series X?
Honestly, it’s uneasy to predict or hard to tell why it is happening. But the twist is that this issue is only happening with the Xbox Series X users, who purchased the COD: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War of Xbox One version. For the sake of truth, The Xbox Series X version costs up to $70, and on other hand the same cost $60 for Xbox One version which seems incompatible, which supposed to be work fine.
This can be avoided easily if Activision-Blizzard has accessed Xbox Smart Delivery, same as EA’s dual-entitlement system right? Unfortunately, it’s not. However, the crashing issue is also experiencing who own the Xbox Series X version. So, it might be happening due to the game has been installed on the external HDD.
Read Also: How to Transfer Black Ops Cold War from Xbox One to Xbox Series S/X
How to Fix Black Ops Cold War Crashing on Xbox Series X
You can fix the crashing issue by following the steps below.
- Xbox Series X does not support external USB HDD, but backward compatible titles from the previous console can. But if you’ve installed the game in the external USB HDD it will be considered as an older version, and the problem is then and there.
- So I guess you’ve predicted the solution, yes! just install the game in the internal SSD, also check that you’ve selected the right version from the Microsoft store.
- However, others need to wait for an officially fixed version to eliminate the issue.
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