The Status Goldflake error is a problem that has been in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone for a while, and here is a quick guide on how to deal with it.
Modern Warfare and Warzone players are experiencing regular encounters with the “Status Goldflake error” that can disrupt game sessions, especially following the Warzone Pacific Season 1 update.
Various error issues have plagued Modern Warfare and Warzone with error 5476, Diver Error 6, and unknown function Fatal Error being just a few examples. Status Goldflake is another instance of this, and we have some solutions to try and remedy this.
Status Goldflake Warzone Pacific & Modern Warfare error solution
There isn’t a complex set of bullet points to follow or a strict guideline you must follow in order to fix the Call of Duty Status Goldflake error message, thankfully.
Here’s the best way to solve the Status Goldflake error problem:
- You need to first encounter the Status Goldflake error
- Once it happens, depending on your format, you need to select the restart option for the hardware
- Wait for the system to reboot itself
- The load up Modern Warfare or Warzone Pacific again
- The error message should have gone away, and you’re safe to resume your online gaming!
If for some reason this doesn’t work, then we’d suggest you do a hard reset of your system e.g if you’re on console, then unplug the console’s mains, or hold down the power button for a few seconds until it completely switches off, then turn it back on again.
What is the Status Goldflake error in Modern Warfare and Warzone Pacific?
The Status Goldflake error is quite simply an error message that occurs if the user puts their system into some kind of power-saving state, such as the PlayStation’s Rest Mode, and tries to go back onto the game.
The major sticking point with the error is that there’s no permanent solution for it. Unfortunately, it will keep coming back every so often, and if it does, you just need to repeat the steps that we advised above.
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Modern Warfare 2 leaks claim Rainbow Six Siege mode arrives in CoD 2022
According to new leaks, 2022’s Modern Warfare will bring a Rainbow Six Siege-inspired mode called “Attackers v. Defenders.”
According to a fresh set of leaks Call of Duty 2022, set to be Modern Warfare 2, will feature a Rainbow Six Siege-inspired game mode where players must attack and defend utilizing “hidden locations, booby traps and cameras.”
Although Vanguard is still in its first season of content, players are desperate to see what Infinite Ward are cooking up for Call of Duty 2022. It’s set to be a successor to Modern Warfare (2019) and will take the FPS franchise back to the modern day.
It’s already believed to have an Escape from Tarkov-inspired mode, but new leaks have claimed that it’ll also feature Rainbow Six Siege’s popular attacking and defending mode.
The mode works how it sounds, with players having to attack or defend an objective on the map. Defenders must “methodize a plan to slow down, or entirely halt the Attackers,” while the Attackers are working against the clock. RalphsValve said that the map will be similar to CoD 4’s CQB Test, but much larger.
RalphsValve also claimed that this mode will assign Attackers a role in their team, with one player designated as “Team Leader.” There will be a “Debrief period” between each round where players can rework their team dynamic.
Attackers v. Defenders will reportedly have plenty of mechanics that are new to Call of Duty. These include an expanded health system, fortification, and plenty of new Siege-inspired gadgets.
This new health system features three conditions, depending on how much damage players receive: Minor, Critically Injured, or Mortally Wounded. Attackers can use “Tourniquets” to pull off a lengthy revive, however.
Also, in true Rainbow Six fashion, Defenders can fortify their position, as well as use “hidden locations, boobytraps and cameras” to slow down the Attackers.
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Of course, these are just leaks, so take them with a grain of salt as the Attackers v. Defenders mode may not make it to Modern Warfare 2 after all. Ralphsleaks has also been accused of faking leaks in the past.
We don’t expect to hear any concrete Modern Warfare 2 details until later in 2022 but stay tuned to Charlie INTEL for any and all leaks and updates.
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Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 release date, modes, platforms & leaks
Here’s everything we know about CoD 2022 including its title, the release date, maps, game modes, and platforms.
There’s a ton of anticipation for Modern Warfare 2, and here’s everything that we know about Call of Duty 2022 so far, including the release date, a new mode called DMZ, and the game’s platforms.
Call of Duty fans are always eager to learn more about the next big title that will be released, and there is plenty of anticipation for the upcoming Modern Warfare 2. Information about the game is scarce but we do have some information.
While the developers haven’t revealed anything about Call of Duty 2022, we’ve been able to find out details like the release date, new game modes, platforms, and some interesting leaks.
Here’s everything we know about Call of Duty 2022.
- Call of Duty 2022 title
- Modern Warfare 2 release date
- Modern Warfare 2 maps
- Modern Warfare 2 DMZ mode
- Modern Warfare 2 platforms
- Modern Warfare 2 campaign leaks
What is the Call of Duty 2022 title?
According to a leak from insider Tom Henderson, the name of the 2022 Call of Duty game will be ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.’ In this leak, they also claimed to have seen the artwork for the game.
This information lines up with what Charlie INTEL has also heard about the 2022 Call of Duty game, although we’d caution that Activision can change the name at any point leading to the reveal.
Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 release date
At the time of writing, it’s believed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be arriving sometime around November 2022. However, there is no exact release date confirmed for the game yet.
Going by Activision’s record, most previous titles in this popular franchise were released between October and November, so we expect to see Call of Duty 2022 come around the same time.
We’ll keep checking for any official release date announcements by the developers and will be sure to update this article once we have more concrete information.
Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 maps
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Here are the returning Modern Warfare 2 maps:
Favela would pit players against each other in enclosed areas while Terminal provided some excellent sniping opportunities to Call of Duty players during long-range combat situations.
Highrise led to tons of 360, no-scope montages and birthed several world-famous CoD clans and Shipment is so popular that it’s currently still featured in titles like Call of Duty: Vanguard.
However, these are currently just leaks, and we might see the addition of entirely different maps in the final game once it arrives.
Call of Duty 2022: DMZ mode in Modern Warfare 2
This information came from notable Tom Henderson who claims that Modern Warfare 2 will come with a brand-new game mode. The leaks suggest that it will be called “DMZ.”
While we don’t know exactly what the game mode will entail, the leaker described this mode as “MWII’s take on Escape From Tarkov.” Previous leaks suggested that the objective will be to collect loot from different maps.
You’ll drop into several locations and will have to plunder through abandoned homes, buildings, vehicles, crates, and corpses.
From this description, it seems that DMZ will be one of the most grounded game modes in the upcoming title. Hopefully, it will make for an intense experience for Call of Duty 2022 players.
However, this is currently just speculation and has yet to be confirmed. We’ll be sure to update this article as soon as we learn some more official information about Modern Warfare 2’s game modes.
Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 platforms
We also got some more information about which platforms Modern Warfare 2 will be available on. According to Henderson, the game will be available on both current-gen and past-generation consoles.
“It’s currently believed that this will be the last Call of Duty coming to past generation consoles, but it will ultimately depend on the console market conditions,” Tom Henderson tweeted.
Call of Duty 2022: Modern Warfare 2 campaign leaks
Back in September, individuals on Reddit and Medium blog noticed a back-end server opening into NVIDIA’s GeForce technology site that let them see the games being tested out on their servers.
One of the games by Activision and Infinity Ward was listed as “Project Cortez,” which is a possible codename for Modern Warfare 2. After this, some new potential plot details for Call of Duty 2022 were shared by VGC.
According to the leak, “Modern Warfare’s sequel will include a campaign involving US special forces fighting a covert war against Columbian drug cartels.” This was also backed up by Tom Henderson.
It’s worth keeping in mind that these are currently just leaks, and this information has yet to be verified by the developers themselves. Until they officially announce something, you should take this with a grain of salt.
For more Modern Warfare content, check out our guide on how to make Modern Warfare 2’s M4A1 in Warzone.
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Modern Warfare is completely broken after Warzone Pacific launch
It seems that the launch of Warzone Pacific Caldera has broken Modern Warfare, leaving regular players very unhappy.
Even though the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot was launched in 2019, there are still lots of players who play it. Unfortunately, the launch of Warzone Pacific Caldera appears to have broken the game, leaving fans incredibly frustrated.
New isn’t always better, and that’s the case for players who own the 2019 Modern Warfare reboot. Despite being two years old and Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard arriving in that time, Modern Warfare still has a decent player base.
At least it did. Warzone’s long-awaited new Caldera map update appears to have had massive detrimental effects on Modern Warfare, leaving players furious.
The Warzone Pacific update has apparently broken Modern Warfare and multiple Reddit posts have expressed their displeasure about this.
“Is this the killing blow for MW?” has well over 2K upvotes, and talks about how “Raven’s new Warzone update and the engine changes completely broke MW.”
More evidence suggests that Modern Warfare is currently unplayable with one user submitting a thread called: “RIP MW we had a good run.” The body of the post suggests that games of Modern Warfare have “high pings on multiplayer games.”
One final Reddit post passionately broke down the state of Modern Warfare at present and explained what exactly is going on with it.
The user said: “Been playing this game since it came out. It was perfect. I loved it. Even when it wasn’t perfect, it was still wonderful. Holy mother of god how do you f**k something up that was running so smooth. It is currently unplayable. I don’t care about any updates, any new stuff, I just want the game to run.”
Not only do people enjoy playing Modern Warfare to level up guns for Warzone, but the game recaptured the magic of the series for many. Given how much is on Activision’s plate at the moment, it remains to be seen if Modern Warfare gets the necessary updates.
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