Anyhow, feel free to add me on Ubi so we can test for any possible solutions or reasons of why it might be causing this. I also believe it's a bug. Suggestion above said it was also possibly sweetfx however I never utilized that so couldn't attest. Add a delegate to SceneManager. I am not sure what is going on ever since 11. Verify connectivity to Easy Anti-Cheat Ensure you can access our Content Distribution Network by following these links.
Please make sure you launch Albion Online through the game launcher! Again, your mileage may vary. We won't tell anyone about it. Suggestion above said it was also possibly sweetfx however I never utilized that so couldn't attest. We did this and it's been smooth sailing ever since. Any ideas on how to fix? I have no clue in which end to start. I too have been getting this error when I try to go online.
I was droped from most of the coops because of this!!! When i google the problem people talk about the Anti-cheat system, however i don't use any third-party programs for the game, which makes this a strange and very dangerous bug as i can lose access to the game? It's baffling to say the least. I noticed what I thought was an unrelated issue that certain websites e. The only thing I have done different with this build is removed every folder and file related to 7d2d. They cannot join my server though due to being incompatible. The only thing I haven't tried is running it in 32 bit, but want to spare myself from downloading the game again this week. It shouldn't be a problem, and sometimes it is not.
If you have played online before, then you should be able to play offline. Next thing is graphics , its very dark and water looks like dark fog. But it's worked for half a dozen or so people I am aware of thus far in my community. I was having this problem yesterday. And even though this is probably not going to have any impact: I've been playing for almost a year and a half and never even remotely considered the idea of cheating. Hope it works for you all as well.
Then we can send them to the devs. I stumbled across this post: where the poster gives a lot of possible fixes to this issue. And then the above-mentionned problem started to occur i. Maybe consider that as a possibility. I don't expect this to be a magic bullet for everyone, but I thought I'd post it here in the hopes that it might help someone. If there is a workaround it would be greatly appreciated. This problem became after my game update to 4.
Had no problems in the closed beta, neither had problems playing in public matchmaking in the open beta, only with this friend of mine. Ok so here's the thing: I'm kind of desperate. It was very frustrating for sure and I feel your pain. Not sure if this will help but it fixed our problem after a reformat recently. Even when you manage to join and play for x time, it suddenly kicks you again for the above reason. Thanks What do you have for hardware? It's not a big deal.
I played 4-5 games when season 4 came out and then it started kicking me. Woooo hoo hooo, something is weird for me. I tried several other times just to be kicked each time. In order to create threads, posts, and interact with the Ubisoft forums you need to have a Ubisoft account with a verified email address. At first I thought perhas it was a hack from scum that was causing this issue, that somehow they had managed to kick players by exploiting something, however it happens when Im alone on the server as well.
Problems with this all the time. I have tried different troubleshooting methods with Ubisoft on Live Chat. And after this patch graphic loks terrible ,it's dark and water loks like fog. Edit: So this is what worked for me. Not sure if ultimately what fixed it for me was that but I'm running smooth now. It was very frustrating for sure and I feel your pain.
. The anticheat is module is obfuscated and downloaded from our cloud every time the game is opened. They are currently looking into the problem. Here the post I made on Reddit about this very peculiar bug I have. I dont use any antivirus software only firewall.