When playing multiplayer games such as World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Dota 2, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty Ghosts, StarCraft 2, Guild Wars 2, and Ragnarok Online, there is one common beast that players dread facing no matter the game: the lag monster. One very ill-timed spike can leave a player vulnerable to attack in PvP and turn near victory into defeat or cause a missed heal or cure that cascades into a massive wipe. After getting the best internet connection in your area and upgrading to the best PC you can, what’s left for a player to do? Try using a global private network (GPN) connection established for gamers only.
After much extensive testing across multiple services, the Crash Wiki test team has shortlisted some of the most reliable GPN’s out there. Among these, the one that stood out on top is a service called WTFast (What the Fast) lag fixer.
Firstly, let’s just forget about the silly brand name and focus on its results. Essentially, what WTFast lag fixer does is to optimize data paths and eliminate connectivity detours such as those going through bad routers and bad traffic.
We tested WTFast lag fixer for various games across MMO, RTS/MOBA, and FPS categories. Specifically, the games tested were: World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Dota 2, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty Ghosts, StarCraft 2, Guild Wars 2, and Ragnarok Online.
Fix Lag and Reduce Ping for World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Dota 2, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty Ghosts, StarCraft 2, Guild Wars 2, and Ragnarok Online
The results were more than impressive, yielding the following benefits averaged across all games for a span of 1 month testing:
- Average Game Ping reduced by 28%-55%
- Speed fluctuations reduced by a massive 85-90%
- Bad router hops tracked recued by 70%-88%
In addition, it uses a dashboard so you can monitor and have full control over your connection:
Indeed, there’s no question that WTFast lag fixer delivers on its promise, and is worth a try. The only thing left is to try it for yourself.