What causes the “Workshop Item Version is Different Than Servers” Error in Project Zomboid
If you’re getting the “Workshop Item Version is Different Than Servers” error in Project Zomboid, it’s likely because you’re trying to use a legacy version of a mod or an older edition of the game. This is incompatible with the current version of the game, so you’ll need to make sure you have the right mods selected. In singleplayer, you can just select what you want to launch with, but in multiplayer, all modules that a mod has will be activated regardless of whether they’re compatible or not.
The problem with workshop version mismatches on MP servers
There is a problem with workshop version mismatches on MP servers. This can happen when people try to use legacy support or older editions of a mod, which can cause the mod to be incompatible with itself. This can lead to errors and problems with the mod.
To fix this, you need to make sure you have the correct mods selected and updated. You also need to make sure that you are running the server from the game correctly. If you are having problems with a mod, One way to fix this is to close the game, unsubscribe from all mods, and then open the game and click host. You will then be prompted to download the mods for the server.
How to fix workshop version mismatch for Zomboid
If you’re getting workshop version mismatch errors when joining a Project Zomboid server, you can fix the issue by unsubscribing from all mods, closing Steam, and deleting the folder in Program Files/Steam/steamapps/workshop/content/108600. Next, go up to Program Files/Steam/steamapps/workshop and remove the file appworkshop_108600.acf. Open Steam and resubscribe to mods. If you continue to receive the error, the server may need to follow the same process.
By following these simple steps, you should be able to fix the workshop version mismatch errors and continue enjoying Project Zomboid!