Although it has been several months since the release, Black Ops Cold War is still giving many players headaches with its various instability and technical glitches. Recently, players are experiencing ‘Compiling Shaders’ issues in which the game crashes and stops and so players are not able to enjoy the multiplayer and Warzone modes on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. This problem can happen because of multiple reasons. That might be triggered by missing or broken game files or PC is not giving enough resources to the game or might be lack of sufficient PC resources. If you are also facing the same error, go through the following solutions to Fix Black Ops Cold War Compiling Shaders Bug.
How to Fix Compiling Shaders Bug in Black Ops Cold War
Here we have gathered several possible solutions to fix Black Ops Cold War Compiling Shaders Bug.
Restarting Shaders Compilation
1. Open up the Cold War game
2. Go to the settings and then click on ‘Graphics’
3. Scroll down and come to the end and click on ‘Restart Shaders Compilation’
4. Wait for some time and let the process complete
5. Once done, restart your game now
Scan and Repair your Game Files
1. Open the Blizzard Battle.net client
2. Click on the menu from the left side of your screen and select ‘Call of Duty: BOCW’
3. Click on ‘Options’ and then click on the menu and select ‘Scan and Repair’
4. Now, wait for sometimes and let the process complete
Once done, now you may restart your game and you won’t get any errors. In case, you are getting the same error, try the next solution
Delete Cache Folders
1. Press Win+R on your computer’s keyboard and open the Run box
2. Type ‘%ProgramData% and then click on Ok
3. Right-click on the Battle.net and Blizzard Entertainment folder together and then select ‘Delete’
4. Now again press Win+R and type ‘%appdata%’ and then click on Ok
5. Right-click on the Battle.net folder and then select ‘Delete’
6. Last time, again press Win+R and type ‘%localappdata% and then click on Ok
7. Now, right-click on the ‘Battle.net’ and ‘Blizzard Entertainment’ folder both together and then select ‘Delete’ and then restart the game.
If nothing works, you can try the following last solution.
Uninstall and Reinstall the Game
The last option to fix Black Ops Cold War Compiling Shaders Bug is to uninstall the game completely and then reinstall it again. This way, all the missing or corrupt files will be replaced and the problem will get solved.
That’s all for this guide on How to fix Black Ops Cold War Compiling Shaders Bug.