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How to disable Warzone HDR settings on Xbox to fix crashes

If you play Warzone on Xbox then you’ve probably experienced crashes since the release of Part 2. However, we do have a guide to disabling your HDR settings to solve this problem.

Since debut Warzone season 2Xbox players have been having issues loading games on Caldera.

While the developers have noted this, no fixes have been released to address the issue yet.

However, there is an HDR-related method that is working for some people without causing the game to crash. Here’s everything there is to know about turning off the HDR (High Dynamic Range) setting on Xbox.

Disable Xbox HDR settings to prevent Warzone from crashing

Xbox players have been dealing with crashes since February 16so if you are looking for a quick solution then we will help you.

You will want to continue and turn off your HDR installed on your dashboard. If you’re not sure how, check out our step-by-step guide.

  1. Go My Games and Apps.
  2. Select the game’Battlefield
  3. Once selected, go to Menu
  4. Towards Manage games and add-ons
  5. Now you need to select Auto HDR and turn it off.

Once you’ve completed all of these steps, your HDR will be disabled. This is important because HDR puts more pressure on your panel as it tries to load better quality textures.

Many players on Reddit and Twitter reported that this solved the problem for them. Homer Almanz on Twitter says that once they turned it off, Warzone started working for them.

In one reddit themethere are some people who say this has prevented them from being able to load battle royale.

So while Activision works to fix this problem, use this nifty method to ensure that you can play Warzone without any problems.

https://www.dexerto.com/call-of-duty/how-to-disable-warzone-hdr-setting-on-xbox-to-fix-crashing-issues-1766729/ How to disable Warzone HDR settings on Xbox to fix crashes

Emma Bowman

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