If you receive the “Package Content is No Longer Available” error in Warzone, it most likely means some part of the game is corrupted, which can happen after a large update. In order to fix the error, you should first check for any updates to the game. Restart your console or PC to make sure there is no update, and if the issue is still not resolved, the next step is to reinstall the game.
Players should try to make sure there are no updates before uninstalling the game. In some cases, updates do not start right away but are still required to run the game properly. Performing a hard restart on consoles may also be helpful in fixing the issue. Press and hold the power button on the console for five to ten seconds, which should restart the console.
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On PlayStation, check updates by clicking the Options button on the controller when on the game tile, then selecting Check for Updates. On Xbox, go to the game tile, click the Menu button, and select Manage game and add-ons.
Unfortunately, if that does not solve the problem, uninstalling and reinstalling the game is the best option. Warzone is a very large file, so it may take some time to reinstall, but it should resolve the error.
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