Some Xbox gamers, as well as PC gamers, are reporting the issue whereby the error code 92 pops up when trying to get on World of Warship Legends servers. If you’re encountering a similar issue, then this post is intended to help you with the most suitable solutions to resolve this issue.
When you encounter this issue, you’ll receive the following full error message;
CONNECTING TO SERVER
Failed to connect to the server. Please try again later.
Can’t connect to RL servers?
If you can’t connect to Rocket League servers, to fix the issue, follow these instructions: Restart your PC or console. Power cycle your modem and/or WiFi router. Double-check that your internet connection is working on another computer or console. Disable any devices that may cause WiFi interference, such as tablets or mobile phones.
Error code 92: Failed to connect to server
If you’re faced with error code 92 when trying to connect to WoWs Legends server, you can try our recommended solutions below in no particular order and see if that helps to resolve the issue.
- Power-cycle all Network Devices
- Run Network Troubleshooter
- Test Internet Connection
- Check Wargaming server status
- Fix network connectivity issues
- Contact Wargaming Support
Let’s take a look at the description of the process involved concerning each of the listed solutions.
1] Power-cycle all Network Devices
To power-cycle all network devices, do the following:
Turn off by unplugging ALL of your network devices and equipment making sure all lights on the modems has turned off, including any wireless access points, routers, Voice Over IP (VOIP) modems, and broadband modems for 10 full minutes.
Now, try connecting ONLY the Xbox console or Windows 11/10 device to the network. If the error code 92 reappears, try the next solution.
2] Run Network Troubleshooter
This solution requires you to run Network Troubleshooters to fix Network-related problems on your Windows PC and see if that helps.
3] Test Internet Connection
Run an internet speed test to check your internet connection. Make a note of the ping, download, and upload results. Based on the internet speed test result, if the ping is too high (more than 100ms) or if the download speed is too low (less than 1Mbps) then this could be the culprit to the issue. To fix this, try disconnecting other devices from your network and stop any downloads in progress. If the issue persists then you should contact your ISP or try the next solution.
Additionally, you can check for and fix network connectivity issues on your Windows 11 or Windows 10 gaming rig. And also, use this guide on how to fix Network & Internet connection problems and see if the issue is resolved. If you cannot connect to the Internet, you can try Network Reset or the Complete Internet Repair Tool.
Proceed with the next solution if nothing works here.
4] Check Wargaming server status
This solution requires you to check Wargaming server status – if the server is down, then you will have no other choice but to wait for the server to get back online.
5] Use LAN (ethernet) cable
As most connection to gaming platforms by PC gamers is WiFi-based, this guide will show you how you can troubleshoot WiFi problems on your Windows 11/10 PC.
This is more of a workaround than a solution. Here, you can simply use a wired (ethernet) connection or if for some reason you’re currently connected via ethernet and experiencing this issue, you can use the WiFi interface instead
6] Contact Wargaming Support
If at this point nothing has worked for you, you may consider contacting Wargaming Support. Hopefully, they might offer solutions to fix the issue at hand.
Hope this helps!
How do I fix my Xbox error code?
Essentially to fix Xbox error codes depends on the error code or message that has been triggered. Generally to fix most Xbox error codes, try to power off your console, and then unplug the power cord to ensure that the console is completely powered off. Wait 30 seconds, and then plug the power cord back in. Press and hold the Pair button and the Eject button on the console, and then press the Xbox button on the console.
Why won’t My Rocket League connect to servers Xbox?
If you’re Rocket League cannot connect to servers, it could be due to a number of reasons. To resolve the issue, make sure you are signed into your platform account (Steam, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, or Nintendo Switch Online account) and restart Rocket League. Connection to Game Server Errors are usually solved by restarting your computer or console. This will also ensure that Rocket League is up to date.
Can’t connect to Xbox Live but internet is working?
If you can’t connect to Xbox Live but internet is working, to fix the issue, follow these instructions: Unplug the network cable from the back of your console. Inspect the cable’s connector and the Xbox console’s socket to make sure that they are clean and free of debris. Plug it back in, making sure it clicks into place. Trace the network cable to your router, gateway, or modem and unplug it.