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Reduce lag in Heroes of Newerth
Heroes of Newerth is a free-to-play science fantasy, action real-time strategy game developed by S2 Games. Heroes of Newerth puts two teams of players against each other: the Legion and the Hellbourne. Both teams are based at opposite sides of a map. This is a game that ultimately rewards a player’s mastery over his character, and his capacity to use this character in conjunction with his team mates.
Heroes of Newerth PingA high Heroes of Newerth ping is the result of having high Heroes of Newerth lag or latency. Generally the lower your ping, the faster and more responsive the game will be.
Heroes of Newerth LagHeroes of Newerth lag will slow down or delay the responsiveness of your character's when you command it to actions, such as moving and attacking.
Heroes of Newerth LatencyHeroes of Newerth Latency will cause delay when interacting with other players and computer controlled characters.
Heroes of Newerth Proxy / Heroes of Newerth TunnelBattleping is a high speed Proxy tunnel which can help to fix lag, latency and ping. Using Battleping will create an Heroes of Newerth tunnel connection between yourself and the Battleping server you have chosen. Game packets can be sent at a faster rate than normal. Your routing to the game servers will be different. This can help get around problems such as packet-loss or a faulty route which are a big cause of lag spikes.
The result is a more enjoyable and rewarding game experience.
Less global cooldown lag results in higher dps
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