Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s first DLC titled Havoc, made its way to the Xbox users yesterday but the launch didn’t seem to have gone as smoothly as developers would have liked.
Some of the players who dived into the DLC, trying to get their hands on the hugely anticipated Exo-Zombie mode were unable to get it started at all.
The issue has been a major topic of discussion on Twitter, as players seem quite angry at the Sledgehammer Games.
Activision has come up with a response, and it is claiming that zombie mode is not launching because the players are trying to play it without fully installing the compatibility pack.
The support page has been made where Activision has provided a fix. The developers want the players to ensure that the compatibility pack is fully downloaded, and then they should restart their consoles.
“We have determined that players who are unable to play Exo Zombies are attempting to play before aallowing the compatibility pack to fully download. When downloading DLC, please be sure to allow all content to download before attempting to play the DLC.”
To check active downloads on Xbox One:
- Select My games and apps from the dashboard.
- Select Queue.
To check active downloads on Xbox 360:
- Press the Guide button in the dashboard.
- Select Games & Apps.
- Select Active Downloads.
If the aforementioned steps do the trick, then be sure to let everyone know so that they can join in on the action without any further waiting.
Havoc DLC for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is available now for all Xbox users, while other platforms will get it by the end of February.