I got this game a few days ago and have really been enjoying it, but I'm lucky if I can get to the end of even half of the games I play. I never experience any lag during the games, but suddenly everyone stops moving and around a minute later I see a loading screen and a message about being disconnected from the host. Sometimes I've been very lucky and can play a few games in a row without getting disconnected, but it's more common for me to play a few games in a row and never get to the end. It gets really frustrating to get 20 minutes into a level and get disconnected and not be able to get any experience or loot.
I know part of the problem could be my connection (I'm living in China and am stuck using campus WiFi until I move to a new apartment), but I've never had problems like this with any other games on my Xbox. Halo 5, Halo MCC, Path of Exile, and Gears of War 4 always work perfectly online for me, PUBG just has its usual lag problems but I never get disconnected, and the only problem I've had with Battlefront 2 and Titanfall 2 is that I can never find a game (this obviously has to do with being in China because when I join a friend we can find a game in seconds).
Is the problem just on my end, or is it a common problem for other people too? If it is on my end, is there anything I can do to fix it? It just seems strange that it happens so often when I never experience any lag during the game, my Xbox never gets disconnected from Xbox live, and I've never had issues like this with any other games.
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