When you're struggling to beat a boss solo, and you recruit a hunter to help you, the worst thing that can happen is a network error code. Having to suddenly defeat a boss alone is terrifying and puts a ton of pressure on your ability to perform. Especially if they disconnect near the end of the battle, error codes can be the straw that breaks the camel's back, leading to rage quits and potential uninstalls. However, we have a solution for this network error code, so you can get back to beating that pesky Spineglider. Here's how to fix Network Error 2147811328 in Wild Hearts.
How do you fix Network Error 2147811328 in Wild Hearts?
In order to fix this network error, you must close down Wild Hearts and reopen the application. This error is typically caused by leaving Wild Hearts running in rest mode, so a simple restart fixes the problem for most players. If you are playing the game on PS5 and this solution does not work, try this next fix. First, close the Wild Hearts application. Next, reboot your PS5, making sure your console does not enter rest mode. If it does, turn off the rest mode option in the settings menu.
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After rebooting your PS5, unplug the console for one minute, then unplug your modem for one minute. Now, start up your PS5 and check for updates, and try reopening Wild Hearts. This may fix your issue, allowing you to play online co-op with your friends. You can check if the solution worked by resting at a campfire and seeing if the Play Online option is available.
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How to fix Network Error 2147811328 in Wild Hearts