#1 - 2013/05/18 12:10:00 AMCant clear any 1 zone in MP10 without rubber banding cross map to my death.... This needs attention paid to it, as this was supposedly fixed. This is far from working.
Rubber banding STILL very present.Source
#74 - 2013/05/20 06:39:00 PMRubberbanding (especially as it relates to movement-based abilities like Whirlwind, Strafe, and Tempest Rush) is an issue that may not always come with a quick-fix. The source of the problem is not always easy to identify, and sometimes it may not always be the same thing for every player. As a result, there will be times where we implement potential fixes which we know will work for some players, but don't know if it'll work for all plays. In other cases, we'll make improvements -- i.e. changes that probably won't stop rubberbanding from happening completely, but should at least help reduce the frequency with which rubberbanding occurs. This was the case for 1.0.8a and with previous hotfixes we've made throughout the year. Again, we know these fixes may not resolve the issue for every player, but they should help reduce the occurrences of rubberbanding, and lessen the effects should rubberbanding occur for most players.
Now the important thing is that we're still working on these issues -- just because we implemented some changes that we hope will make the situation better doesn't mean we've called it day. So, if you're still experiencing rubberbanding, here are a few things you can do.
First, you can try performing the following troubleshooting steps to ensure that external causes are not adding to this issue (this isn't required, but recommended):
- 1. Ensure that your network connection is optimized.
2. Make sure that no other program is interfering with the game by running in a Selective Startup.
3. Check for updates to any drivers.
If those steps don't help -- or if you've chosen to skip them -- please let us know so we can continue looking into this issue by posting in the Bug Report forum (and be sure to check out this guide on reporting: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/4926752662). That's really the best location for those types of reports, as it'll allow our QA representatives to document them and forward them on to our development team for additional review.
(We want your experience in the Diablo III to be as fun as possible, so working on these issues is important to us. That also means we're extremely grateful for any reports receive that can help us troubleshoot -- so thank you to everyone who's already posted!)
#76 - 2013/05/20 06:51:00 PM
05/20/2013 11:48 AMPosted by KopavMy rubber banding actually got worse after the supposed fix.
Then definitely submit a report in the Bug Report forum (if you haven't already). Include a video if you can, or describe when the rubberbanding is happening to the best of the your abilities. That kind of information will help us troubleshoot better.
#78 - 2013/05/20 07:04:00 PM
Do youblizz guys ever consider that the vast majority didnt turn on a pc for the first time yesterday?
That we play other games, have well established networks that we ,surprise surprise, didnt build just so we could play D3?
How painful it is for us to have a year old network issue with your game and to get canned answers?
It's just a suggestion to make sure that external factors aren't influencing the situation (because sometimes they do). In the end, you can try out those steps to see if they help or not; that's totally up to you. :)
Like I noted, though, if you're still experiencing rubberbanding, best thing to do is drop a post in the Bug Report forum. That will make sure the information gets to where it needs to go so that the issue can be looked into further.
#96 - 2013/05/20 08:27:00 PM
Your users are not your QA team. Rubber-banding has been a problem since the game was released, and it's your responsibility to determine the root cause and then fix it. Stop asking players to send in videos and submit bug reports, you have people on your payroll that are supposed to be doing that. Players don't want to pitch in, we want a resolution.
That is all.
You're under no obligation to submit a report, and the issue will still continue to be looked at and worked on should you choose not to. We're by no means asking players to do the work of our QA or developments team; we are, however, just letting you know that, if you are still rubberbanding, you do have a means of letting us know (the Bug Report forum) and that we sincerely appreciate any such reports we receive.