According to a lot of Call of Duty users, the game is crashing with an error message that says the Content package is no longer available. This issue has been seen on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. In this article, we are going to talk about this issue and see what should be done if the content package is not available in COD.
What is Content package is no longer available in Call of Duty?
You may see the error code in question when trying to boot up the game. COD crashes with the error code. The reason why this happens is usually corruption, either your game files got corrupted or its cache. Whatever the case is, it can be fixed. If it’s not corrupted then it can either be a bug that should be resolved by an update or conflicting apps. We have solutions for everything.
Fix Content Package is no longer available in COD
If you are seeing Content package is no longer available message in COD, then here are some working suggestions that have helped folks fix the issue:
- Update COD
- Clear the Cache of the game
- Verify Game Files (for PC only)
- Troubleshoot in Clean Boot (for PC only)
- Reinstall the game
Let us talk about them in detail.
1] Update COD
Even though it’s not officially mentioned, the issue can be a bug. And the only way to resolve a bug is by updating the game itself.
If you are on a PC, your launcher will automatically detect and install the latest version of the game. Xbox and PlayStation users need to make sure that they are connected to the Internet and restart the game. An update will be detected, if available, and installed on your system. Hopefully, updating will do the trick for you.
2] Clear the Cache of the game
Corrupted caches are notorious for causing such issues. We are going to clear the cache and see if it works.
- For PC: PC users first need to close all the processes related to Battle.net from Task Manager, then open Run, past “%ProgramData%”, and click Ok. Now, delete Battle.net and Blizzard Entertainment folders.
- For Xbox One: Turn on your console. Then, press and hold the Power button until the LED turns off. Now, unplug all the cables and wait for 30 minutes allowing the capacitors to discharge and the cache to be removed. Finally, boot up the console and start the game. Hopefully, it will do the trick for you.
- For Xbox Series X|S: Make sure that you are on the homepage and press the home button from the Xbox controller. Now, go to the Profile & System tab. Select Settings > Device & Connection > Blue-Ray > Persistent Storage > Clear Persistent Storage. This will flush the cache out.
- For PS5 and PS4: Go to the homepage and press and hold the power button of your console until you hear a beep sound. Then, unplug the console and detach all the cables. Wait for 4-5 minutes until the capacitors are discharged and caches are removed. Attach everything, turn the console back on and boot up the game.
Hopefully, clearing the cache will do the trick for you.
3] Verify Game Files (For PC only)
If you are a PC user then you can use your launcher to verify and repair files. Follow the given steps to do the same.
- Open Steam.
- Go to Library.
- Right-click on your game and select Properties.
- Click on Local Files > Verify integrity of game files.
- Launch Battle.Net.
- Go to the Games tab.
- Select your game and click on the cog button.
- Now, click Scan and Repair > Begin Scan.
Hopefully, this will do the trick for you.
4] Troubleshoot in Clean Boot (for PC)
There are a lot of third-party apps that can potentially conflict with your game and cause issues. We need to perform Clean Boot and narrow the possibility down to one app. Then, remove that program and your issue will be resolved.
5] Reinstall the game
Sometimes, the game files are corrupted beyond repair. In that case, the only option we have is to reinstall the game. We know COD is a small game by any means, but reinstalling is your last resort. All the platforms has an option to uninstall the game, so, do that, and then download its fresh copy to install. Hopefully, this will do the trick for you.
We hope that these solutions worked for you.
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