Describe the problem in detail below. Please limit to one issue per thread.
Multiplayer game in 5 minutes (there is even a game that last only 47 seconds) I get:
“Lost connection to server” showing on the left top message panel.
My connection is perfectly fine because my voice call with my friends is still active.
I have already encounter this bug for 3 times in 5 games.
This bug is unplayable.
My friend and I have been losing ELO without playing due to my disconnection.
List the steps to reproduce the issue... Be descriptive!
join multiplayer game
playe few seconds
Include a OneDrive or Google Drive link to a SAVE GAME or REPLAY FILE of the game where you encountered the issue.
It happened to me myself twice in TGs and is a constant to other players in almost all TGs I’ve played since the last update. I think even in a 1v1 game it happened, because my opponent was clearly winning, but suddenly “resigned”.
the lose sync and game crashing is becoming more and more of a problem. it use to never happen now happens like every 2-3 games someone will drop, even against AI. and game closes more often as well randomly to desktop, definitely need to be looked at.
I haven’t been playing AOEII:DE ever since that new hotfix came out in July because ( actually quit in the first week of August. Was sick and tired of allies/enemies d/c’ing the first ten minutes of the game) it has been d/c’ing players constantly. Devs need to fix this quick because people are turning the game down like me.
I like many of you have had the disconnection issues since May. It was frustrating to say the least. Recently I have changed my DNS ip (server?) to a custom one my friend suggested to me and it has worked in fixing this issue I’d say 95%. I no longer get disconnects on 200 ping servers, but it sometimes happens when I play a custom map like CBA (maybe the huge lags and bad internet connection?) I suggest you guys try changing it and seeing your own results.
I can’t remember off the top of my head what mine is changed to, I’ll update again later.