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How to fix Warzone Pacific & Modern Warfare Status Goldflake error

Modern Warfare and Warzone players have been dealing with the Status Goldflake issue for a while, here is our guide on how to fix it.

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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

Operator using STG44 in Warzone Pacific

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:

  1. You need to first encounter the Status Goldflake error
  2. Once it happens, depending on your format, you need to select the restart option for the hardware
  3. Wait for the system to reboot itself
  4. The load up Modern Warfare or Warzone Pacific again
  5. 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?

player sniping enemy in modern warfare search & destroy

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.


Hopefully, our guide has helped with the Status Goldflake error code, and you can check out other cool stuff at Charlie INTEL such as the latest Call of Duty: Vanguard news and guides!

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