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Monster Hunter World PC Disconnection Problem

The PC version of Monster Hunter World is now out, and we also have reviews, information on the DLC, and more. Although it was a great launch, but it hasn’t all been smooth sailing.

Some players have experienced a PC disconnection error, which reduces their enjoyment of the game. It’s frustrating to be cut off when playing, whether it’s due to a Steam disconnect or an E:0025 error. Numerous other problems could happen for each gamer. What’s causing Monster Hunter World’s PC disconnection error?

Here is what we do currently know.

What causes the Monster Hunter World PC Disconnection Error?

There are two potential causes of the Monster Hunter World PC disconnect error: your network connection or a Capcom server issue. Several gamers are reporting to have disconnected, after around 15 minutes of play time. If you lose connectivity after a certain amount of time, your router may be malfunctioning or there may just be an internet connection problem.

It took a while, but The Monster Hunter World PC is now available. Unfortunately for those anticipating this release for months, the game has hit serious technical issues, including a frustrating bug that causes frequent servers disconnections.

The good news!

The good news is that if you’re willing to do a little troubleshooting, there are several methods you may solve the issue on your own. Here are some of the best solutions for PC users of Monster Hunter World who are having server connection issues.

Many Monster Hunter World PC gamers have reported a problem causing their games to crash for several hours. Some players have trouble connecting, while others start having disconnections as soon as they enter Astera.

There isn’t a recognized solution for this issue as of yet. Restarting your modem or router has been recommended by many gamers, but it has only been helpful for a few people.

Monster Hunter World Crashing/Freezing Troubleshooting

This problem is not unique because other people have brought up this issue on the Steam forum. Whether the game is being loaded or played, random crashes appear to occur. Although there yet is no known official solution for this issue, you can try various troubleshooting techniques to see if you can significantly minimize or even eliminate the sporadic crashes and freezes.

First, download and install the most recent version of your GPU drivers. Users of Nvidia need to download the GeForce Game Ready 399.07 WHQL Drivers, while those of AMD Radeon should get the Radeon Software Adrenalin 18.9.1 (Windows 10 64-bit).

On Twitter, Capcom confirmed it was aware of the problem and was looking into it. The game cannot be played by players who are expected to jump immediately in. Many players have recently experienced a problem that keeps them from finishing tasks and may even cause them to lose progress. This issue causes many users to be removed from online sessions.

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World’s PC release was not without issues because Capcom found an exploit that made it simple for hackers to access the game’s contents. Thankfully, Capcom quickly addressed this issue, however it appears that the game now has yet another error. Many users have disconnections, which prevent them from finishing tasks and result in lost progress.

We found another problem!

Every time I play Monster Hunter World on my computer, I randomly lose connection to the server. After five minutes of playtime or an hour, this may occur. Whether I’m online or not doesn’t matter.

Error message

Failed to connect to the server. Please confirm that your network connection is working correctly and try again later.

Setting your router to use Google DNS servers is an easy way to solve the issue.

Try to do this by following these steps:

  • Open the router’s settings page by entering ( or in the address bar of your browser.
  • Change your router’s DNS server addresses to and under the Network tab.
  • Restart your router after saving your changes.

That should to fix the problem for people who are having PC disconnections due to high packet loss (which was caused by using ISP-provided DNS servers).

Here’s how to fix it:

  • Open Chrome or Firefox and go to the Monster Hunter World website (unfortunately, this doesn’t work with Internet Explorer or Edge because you can’t access the developer tools)
  • Press F12 or choose it from the menu to launch the Developer Tools — Developer Tools.
  • Go over to the Network tab.
  • Click on Disable Cache.
  • Refresh your browser, and you should be able to navigate through the site again!

Monster Hunter World is Capcom’s best-performing game, with over 5 million copies sold. Most PC gamers have a positive experience, although just a few of players have complained about connectivity troubles, which has been frustrating. Fortunately, there is a quick fix. Another issue that can be resolved is the ineffective Discord game detection.

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