Fixed: Black Desert Disconnected From Server Error

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After the latest update of Black Desert, many players complain that the game has constantly been disconnecting from the server. Aside from having less ideal servers, the issue might be caused by other factors like unverified license and game files, internet speed, etc. 

So, today, our tech team will share six effective fixes for disconnection from the server issue on Black Desert. 

Fix #1: Verify the Integrity of Game Files

First, you can try checking the game files. Here’s how you get this done: 

verify integrity of game files
  1. Go to your Steam Game “Library,” then right-click Black Desert Online.
  2. Select “Properties” then “Local File.”
  3. After that, click the “Verify the Integrity of Game Files.” It will reacquire or download the corrupted or missing game files. 
  4. Once done, relaunch Black Desert, and you’re good to go. 

Fix #2: Reverify License

Another effective way to fix the Black Desert disconnection issue is through license verification restoration. 

Black Desert official website

If this didn’t work, proceed with the next fixes. 

Fix #3: Check Your Internet

Mind you, the disconnection issue might be caused by your poor internet connection. So, before playing the game, make sure to check your internet speed. 

fast.com

You can use speed testers online like Fast.com, Speedtest.net, or Speakeasy.net to check internet speed and ping [1]. 

Note: You must maintain a ping of 20 ms or less for smooth gameplay. 

Fix #4: Flush DNS

Flushing the DNS cache can also solve this server error on Black Desert. To do this, follow the steps below:

cmd prompt flush DNS
  1. Press the Windows + R buttons together to open the “Run” menu, then input “cmd.”
  2. Now input the “ipconfig /flushdns” command.
  3. If successful, the message “Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache” will appear. 
  4. After that, restart your PC, then open and play Black Desert to test the issue. 

Fix #5: Reinstall the Game

This time, you may want to try uninstalling and reinstalling the game. 

reinstalling Black Desert
  1. Open the Run Dialog box by pressing Windows + R buttons. 
  2. Then, enter “appwiz.cpl” in the search box. Click “Enter.”
  3. Right-click Black Desert Online and select “Uninstall.”
  4. After successful uninstallation, open the Run Dialog box again, then enter “%appdata%.” Click “OK.”
  5. Right-click the game folder and select “Delete.”
  6. Now download and install Black Desert Online again, and you should have a seamless gaming experience. 

Fix #6: Use a VPN

Your last resort to solving the disconnection issue is by using VPN. We recommend the following VPNs for a flawless in-game experience. 

use VPN

Tip: These VPNs are best for Black Desert Online. 

Conclusion

Following our effective fixes above, you can solve the “Disconnected from Black Desert servers” error. Though not all the fixes may work for you. For sure, there’s one fix that can resolve the problem. 

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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