Steam APP NOT RELEASED ERROR - what you can do?

Are you encountering the dreaded "Steam App Not Released" error while trying to launch Call of Duty? Don't panic just yet. This common issue has been affecting a lot of Call of Duty players, but there are a few potential solutions you can try before throwing your controller in frustration.

One possible fix is to avoid launching the game from the downloads menu on Steam. Instead, try launching it directly from your library or using a desktop shortcut. It seems that this error is primarily a visual bug, and some players have reported success by using this workaround.

Another solution that has worked for some players is to close Steam entirely, then reopen it as an administrator. This can trigger an automatic update for the game and hopefully resolve the issue.

If neither of those options work, you can also try unchecking the "free trial" option in the DLCs menu, and then recheck the game files. This may help to reset any settings that could be causing the error.

Unfortunately, there is currently no official fix for the "Steam App Not Released" error. However, the Call of Duty community is actively searching for solutions, so it's possible that a fix will be released in the near future.

In the meantime, don't give up hope. Try out the suggested workarounds and keep an eye out for any updates or announcements from the developers. With some patience and persistence, you'll hopefully be back in the action-packed world of Call of Duty soon.

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