This window shows up when anti-cheat is unable to execute properly prior to launching the game. Here are some ways to solve this:
Disabling Test Mode
The most frequent reason for receiving this error, is that your windows may be running in "Test mode". Here are the steps on how to do disable it:
- Click “Windows Key” on the keyboard to open the Start menu.
- Search for “Command Prompt” by typing it in the blank field.
- Right-click on the Command Prompt result and select “Run as administrator“. This will open the cmd with admin rights.
- In the admin Command Prompt window, type “bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING OFF” command and press “Enter“.
- After executing the command, you will see the success message.
- Once you see the success message, close the Command Prompt window.
- Reboot Windows to apply the changes you just made.
Important: After restarting Windows, the testing mode will be removed and disabled. You will no longer see it in Windows. However, do keep in mind that once you disable the test mode, you will not be able to install unsigned drives or use the software in the testing phase.
Verifying game files
A simple verification of game files can be helpful. Learn more about how to do it by clicking here.
Whitelist the Bloodhunt folder
Sometimes the anti-virus may be blocking some files, so adding Bloodhunt as an exclusion to the Windows Security may be able to solve the issue:
Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.
Under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings, and then under Exclusions, select Add or remove exclusions.
Select Add an exclusion, and then add the Bloodhunt folder
If the solutions provided so far didn't help you, make sure to reinstall the game as a final resort.
However, if nothing in this article helped you, make sure to submit a ticket through our support section.