MTG Arena: How To Fix Network Errors?

Are you facing network issues in Magic The Gather (MTG) Arena? Follow this guide to get fixes for your network issues!

Players in Magic The Gathering Arena are in dire need of a fix to the various network errors that keep arising in-game. These network errors have been frequently brought up by the community, especially in the last few months. To assist you in fixing these errors, we’ve created this guide.

Follow all the steps mentioned below for a quick and easy fix to all the network errors in MTG Arena.

How To Fix Network Errors in Magic The Gathering (MTG) Arena?


These steps should help you in getting a fix to the network errors in MTG Arena:

  1. Check your internet connection and see if it’s working by performing a search in your browser.
  2. Close your game and relaunch it to see if it is working.
  3. Ensure your internet access provision device like your Wi-Fi router, modem, or portable hotspot is functioning, or else simply restart it.
  4. Check to see if any antivirus is blocking your server access by temporarily disabling it.
  5. Similarly, temporarily disable your firewall and check if your game works without the network error.
  6. Alternatively, try connecting to another network and see if the issue persists.
  7. In addition to the network checks, you can check out the server status of Magic The Gathering(MTG) Arena.
  8. Whitelist MTG Arena on the software that might be blocking access to it (windows defender for example).
  9. In addition to switching networks, consider using a VPN and see if it solves the issue.
  10. Furthermore, you can perform a flush on your DNS cache as well as carry out a Winsock reset. To do this:
    • End the MTG Arena client.
    • Launch the Windows command prompt as administrator.
    • You simply need to hold Windows+R and in the resultant text space enter cmd.exe.
    • In the command prompt, enter ipconfig /flushdns and hit enter.
    • Similarly, enter ipconfig /registerdns and click enter.
    • Now type in ipconfig /release and press enter.
    • Finally, input ipconfig /renew and hit enter.
    • In order to get it all done, type netsh winsock reset and press enter.
    • Now restart your pc.
    • Launch the Magic The Gathering (MTG) Arena client.
    • Additionally, if none of these fixes helped, consider reaching out to MTG Arena support.

Your fixed Magic The Gathering(MTG) Arena client should now launch smoothly without network errors. We hope this guide helped you and fixed your network error issues! If you still continue to face problems in MTG Arena, here is a guide to Fix MTG Arena Not Working.