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Warzone 2.0 Disconnected Code ‘Goldflake’ Error Explained

Yet another connection error.

by Patrick Souza

Call of Duty players have it rough when it comes to errors. Even the most successful shooter franchise in the market is not free from those, and they range from randomly crashing your game to making you unable to log in for hours. A very infamous error code is ‘Goldflake’, which has been present in many of the latest CoD titles, and it couldn’t be different with the new Warzone 2.0.

The error does affect PC users as well despite being more common for console players, and since it always comes back due to its nature, there’s nowhere to hide from it. Here’s how the Warzone 2.0 Code Goldflake Error works.

Warzone 2.0 Disconnected Error Code “Goldflake” Explained

You’ll notice that this error arises as soon as a new title drops, and this is no coincidence. Most of the time, the error code will be directly related to the current server status, meaning that you’re currently experiencing some kind of connection error. Goldflake is a generic name the company decided to use for this issue, and has been found on most titles ever since.

You may find the Goldflake message next to an error such as:

Error Code: BLZBNTBGS000003F8

This is common for new releases when the servers are probably experiencing overpopulation, but it’s also natural for things to calm down after a while. The error should be less frequent as the days passes and fewer people try to play the game at the same time. 

The error code might also appear whenever you leave your console on standby and later try to get into the game. You may experience problems when trying to enter the game or, if you’re unlucky enough, while you’re already in a match.

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How to fix the Goldflake Error Code

Below are some of the possible fixes for this error code:

  • Make sure you’re correctly logged in to the appropriate online gaming service (e.g. Battle.net)
  • Restart your router to reset your internet connection.
  • Reboot your console/PC and open the game again.

It’s important to know that there’s not a definitive fix for this error, and it might just come back at any time. These fixes can help you by now, but server overload is a powerful thing, so don’t expect them to work every time you get a Goldflake error in your face. It might take a while for the Warzone 2.0 servers to stabilize, but eventually, they will.

That’s all you need to know about the Goldflake Error in Warzone 2.0, and you can find more solutions, guides, and tips for this new release here on Prima Games. Check out how to fix the ‘Purchase Modern Warfare 2 to Access Everything’ Error.