Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ‘Havoc’ DLC is now available but reports say Xbox One and Xbox 360 users are having some issues with the Exo Zombie mode
The features you can get from this DLC are as follows:
- Four all-new Multiplayer map that caters to different kinds of play style from CQC (Close Quarter Combats) in the Gobi Desert and Rocky Mountains to long-range battle in a clown-themed motel.
- You can get to play the highly anticipated game mode for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the Exo Zombie Mode.
- A bonus weapon
Here’s the preview of the game, courtesy of?CALLOFDUTY?YouTube channel.
Be warned, though. Various sources?say Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ?Havoc? DLC has encountered a few issues with the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
?Havoc? DLC of CoD: AW reported problems with?Xbox One and Xbox 360
Paradiger reports that its new game mode, the Exo Zombie, has been getting a lot of complaints.
?A downloadable content package was removed or all profiles are signed out? every time they open the mode, the report detailed.
Activision acknowledged the issue and posted a statement on their support page?which reads:
?We have received reports that some players who have downloaded and installed the Havoc DLC pack are being given an error stating A downloadable content package was removed or all profiles are signed out.?We are actively investigating this issue and hope to have a resolution as quickly as possible.?
The only solution they have posted on their support webpage was to ?check your active downloads to ensure that all updates and compatibility packs are fully downloaded and installed before attempting to access the content.? If that doesn?t work, players are given another workaround:
?We have also learned that in some cases, clearing the cache on Xbox 360 or Xbox One may resolve this issue.?
For more updates regarding this issue, please visit Activision?s support page.
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