Can Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2 Pizza get a bug fix?

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The third season of Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2, which began on April 12 last year, was the biggest update since the launch of the two video games. However, in addition to the plethora of new content, there’s also been an annoying bug that’s giving PC gamers something to complain about.

As PCGamer points out, since the debut of the new update, players with AMD Vega GPUs have been reporting sudden crashes after launching Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2. The error message states that “DirectX encountered an unrecoverable error.” The same issue appears to affect systems with Vega based hardware such as the Radeon VII and likely all GPUs integrated into Ryzen processors.

The Steam reporting thread contains over 1000 interventions that reflect the spread of the bug. Beenox, the studio responsible for the PC versions of Activision’s shooters, acknowledged the problem in a Twitter post on April 17th:

We are investigating a startup crash issue affecting AMD VEGA users on WZ2 and MWII. The team is actively working to fix it.

To date, no solutions are in sight. Some players have even created a petition on change.org stating that they can get their money back if the bug is not fixed soon. In particular, one user went even further and ordered a cheese pizza delivered to the Beenox office in Quebec with a message on the box: “Please help Vega.”

Even this drastic measure did not seem to have the desired effect. The problem of Vega systems does not even appear on the famous Trello of Modern Warfare 2, which suggests that work in this regard is not as active as one would like to believe.

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