PUBG can provide players with a headache or two at the best of times. Its most recent issue, that has also cropped up before, is the lost connection to host message that is plaguing users on PC and Xbox. But what’s to be done about it? Unfortunately, you can’t go all IT Crowd and try turning it on and off again. There are, however, ways to make your PUBG experience a little less stressful.
PUBG Lost Connection to Host: What’s the Issue?
Those who have recently downloaded the PUBG Update 14 are finding that they’re being booted mid-game (or even upon joining a game) back to the lobby and being met with a ‘Lost connection to host 0.7.5 error’ message. Some additional error codes include E34669 and 44A4BE, but there doesn’t appear to be any difference between them in terms of causing the main issue i.e. not being able to join a game.
PUBG Lost Connection to Host: How to Fix 0.7.5 Error
Bad news: there’s probably not going to be an outright fix for the lost connection to host error, at least not on your end. The best thing to do would be to keep checking the official PUBG Help Twitter account for updates, as well as raising a ticket with them to make them aware of the problem.
PUBG Community Manager Oreoree has addressed your concerns, stating on the PUBG forums that: “We are currently experiencing connection issues which are preventing players to join the game. We are currently working on this to have it fixed as soon as possible. We’re very sorry for the inconvenience caused.”
PUBG Lost Connection to Host: Other Workarounds
While the PUBG connection issues should be solved momentarily, the best thing to do would be to try out test servers on PC to see if you can enter any of those. Otherwise, waiting for the next (minor) patch to fix things on the weekend of June 2-June 3 is going to be your best bet.