It’s not uncommon for popular game updates to include new issues on top of the new content they bring. Whether it’s server overload or missed errors, updates can be as frustrating to deal with as they are exciting. In Call of Duty: Warzone, players often encounter a Status Savannah error message after updating new content. Here is how to fix it.
How to bypass Status Savannah error message in Call of Duty: Warzone
Savannah status error code appears in Call of Duty: Warzone when trying to join a friend in a game session. The message will read, “Unable to join game session, host cannot be joined or game is paused.” When this happens, it means that you are missing the appropriate files needed to join them. There are two methods you can take to fix this.
Update the game
Your first step should be to check and ensure that you are running the latest version of Call of Duty: Warzone. Here’s how to start updates manually on each platform:
On PC, load Battle.net, click the gear icon next to Warzone, and click Check for Updates.
On PlayStation, search for Call of Duty: Warzone on either your home screen or your library and hit Options. Select Check for updates.
On Xbox, enter My Games & Apps and scroll down to Manage. Click Updates to have your console search for all the games on your console that can be updated.
Uninstall and reinstall
If updating the game does not work, we recommend that you uninstall and reinstall Call of Duty: Warzone completely. Unfortunately, this is a large game that will take a long time to download, but this will ensure that you have all the required files and that they are up to date.