As seen in other threads, this is a general issue, the game seems to shut down our internet for 20 seconds, making it impossible to play:
Been playing for a week almost and so far I haven't been able to play the game properly. Every 10 minutes or so the game closes saying my connection was lost. I check my router and everything is fine, my wireless on my computer flashes for about 5 seconds and comes back.
This issue never happened to me before, I've had this provider for 3 years now and I never had any problems like that.
Things I've done so far trying to solve it:
- Turned off computer/router for 60 sec
- Connected my computer using LAN cable
- Re-instaled game
- Searched on forums/Reddit and did everything I saw there...
- Contacted blizzard support, they told me to post it here, posted here twice about my issue (zero replies)
The weird thing is that I tested playing other games (LoL, minecraft quakelive, tf2) and they work just fine. The second I open hearthstone I start having connection issues.
Even though I lost 2 arena runs because of not being able to finish a game, I understand the game is a beta and I'm in no way upset or frustrated.
I just want people to know this problem exist and maybe find someone that could help me out.
PS: I just remembered I forgot to say that this only happens if I'm actually playing, I've spent more than 1 hour straight in game reading the flavor text on every card and didn't get a dc. But as soon as I start a match... :(
PS2: Ok I just played some games for test and the results are:
I NEVER get disconnected from playing AI or any other games (LoL, minecraft, quakelive, faeria and TF2)
95% from happening at normal plays
95% at arenas.
Edited by infas on 11/1/2013 12:31 PM PDT
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