Players have been eager to get their hands on the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 that has recently come in the open beta stage. It is one of the most famed gaming franchises in history, so there is no doubt there are high expectations from the latest edition.
However, some players have faced the issue of the open Beta getting installed very slowly. This can become irritating, so the following guide will help players solve this problem.
COD: Modern Warfare 3 – How To Fix Slow/Stuck Installation Issue
There are several methods that players can try when it comes to resolving this issue. It should be noted that you may have to try more than one such step to fix your particular problem.
Restarting the Call of Duty HQ
The open Beta of COD Modern Warfare 3 is linked with the Call of Duty HQ, meaning players can restart the HQ to try and fix the problem.
Checking system updates
If your device is outdated, players will have to download the latest versions of the software to meet the game’s system requirements.
Install Modern Warfare 3 Beta Packs
Players should stop every download happening in the Call of Duty HQ except for the open Beta Packs. This will ensure your new game gets the highest priority and bandwidth during installation.
Uninstalling Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone
There is a real chance that the installation process has gotten slow due to the presence of Warzone and Modern Warfare 2. You may want to uninstall these two and try again to see whether it fixes the issue.
Restart your system
Players can see a change in their installation speed after restarting the system. It will enable your applications and software to start afresh, meaning whatever restricts your download can be removed quickly.
Reinstall Modern Warfare 3 Beta Packs 1 and 2
It is a time-consuming process, but it may be worth your while. Players must remove the Beta Packs 1 and 2 before installing them again on your system. This can help resolve the slow installation process.
Reinstall Call of Duty HQ
Based on your platform, the longest process is to delete and reinstall the entire Call of Duty HQ, which will need about 50 GB of storage space. However, this is the most brutal fix, given the internet required and the time taken.
Thus, these are all how you can try and speed up the installation process of COD Modern Warfare 3 Open Beta. Your issue should solved after trying out one or a few of them.
Last Updated on November 10, 2023
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