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Edited by Will: 7/3/2019 1:40:28 PM
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Bungie wants to ban me for an "unstable network connection?"

So I log into D2 today and get a message from Bungie saying they are going to restrict or ban my account because of my poor connection. Every other game I've ever played have not had a connection as horrible as Destiny. Every other PvP or pve experience I load into with another person results in a disconnection to the home screen. For the past 12 years I've only disconnected from a game because of my connection only a handful of times, it's strange because I played Halo 3 back in 2007 and the connection was phenomenal, and I have the same internet provider. Every game from Call of Duty to Overwatch to Dragon Ball games have flawless connection at the current moment but this one. Maybe if D2 didn't have a peer to peer connection in a shared world shooter it would help everyone out. Also, if I get told to do the troubleshooting guide for network connections one more time I'm going to blow a gasket, I've done them like once a week every week since the D1 beta and nothing has helped. Also why should I be penalized for my internet provider being below average even though every other game I play is perfectly fine? Imagine being suspended for living in an area where reception is mediocre but yet you have paid for every dlc in that same game just to have it removed. Thank you for your time if anyone actually answers.

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  • 1. So you know your internet connection is bad (regardless of reasoning), yet you’re surprised that you’re getting restricted for playing on bad internet? 🤔 2. How do you think all your opponents(and possibly teammates) feel about you being laggy & hard(er) to kill simply because your connection isn’t keeping up? 3. What are your tested network stats (up/down speed, latency, jitter, etc) when running a test on here? http://pcm-intl.speedtestcustom.com 4. Are you on a wired or wireless connection? Is your service fiber optic, dsl, satellite, etc? [spoiler]5. Have you looked through the troubleshooting guides for ways to improve your connection?[/spoiler]

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