Fix Content Package is No Longer Available Warzone PS4

Fix Content Package is No Longer Available Warzone PS4

Warzone recently got a new map, Pacific Caldera but since its release, the numbers of bugs and errors are increasing. Recently, many players are facing an error “Content Package is No Longer Available” on PS4. The developer team has already released a patch to fix this issue but still, many players are having this error message every now and then. Although, this issue is on the developer’s end, there are certain things we can do to fix the content package that is no longer available warzone PS4 error.

How to Fix Content Package is No Longer Available Warzone PS4

This particular error message arises when the file size of the game is larger than PS4 console storage. So first of all, make sure you have sufficient free space on the console to install a massive game like Warzone Pacific. If you already have enough free space and still have the same error message, here is how you can fix it.

Reinstall the Game:

In order to fix the Warzone Pacific, Content Package is No Longer Available error message on PS4, many players have suggested on Reddit is to uninstall the game completely and then reinstall it again and most probably the issue should be fixed.

In case, that doesn’t work, then try the next solution. 

Uninstall Compatibility Pack 2:

Compatibility packs are special packs designed by the developers so that the game can run smoothly on all devices but sometimes it works opposite and prevents the game from running well. So, the next best solution is to uninstall compatibility pack 2 which is about 7 GB.

Many players have tried and fixed this error by doing this simple method so you can also give it a try. Compatibility pack 2 may clog the game process and after uninstalling, the game will start working without any issues.

That’s everything you can do to fix the Content Package is No Longer Available Warzone PS4. Also learn, how to fix Call of Duty Modern Warfare and Warzone dev error 6034.

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