Warcraft Rumble is the mobile version of the popular MMORPG, Warcraft, set in the same universe. The mobile version has its own charms and additions to the franchise, which is embracing the era of portable gaming. While not as graphically impressive as its PC counterpart, it does have a certain charm and can keep you entertained for hours. Like with most Blizzard games, however, it has a lot of issues. One particularly pressing issue is the inability of players to play the game because of Error 500. This error blocks players from logging in entirely and essentially stops them from accessing the game. So, if you have been encountering the same, consider reading this guide until the end, as we have shared all the details regarding how to fix it.
Errors like Error 500 are all too common in Blizzard games. Blizzard devs have been under constant player fire for their remarkable inability to fix errors or solve issues with some of their most beloved games. That aside, this is actually a relatively easy error to bypass as an end user. Since the error is on the server side, the solutions employed to fix this are rather easy to do and take very little time. That said, here’s everything you need to do.
Warcraft Rumble error 500: How to fix it?
Error 500 is an internal server error that makes it impossible for you to log in. Without logging in, you cannot play Warcraft Rumble so you are essentially left out entirely. This is, however, an easy error to solve. There are a few workarounds that most players use when they encounter this error and all are equally viable. We have mentioned these workarounds below:
1). Check your internet connection
The first step is to make sure there are no internet issues on your end, and that the connection is stable, strong, and reliable. If not, wait until that is the case or connect to a different network. Once this is done, move on to the next method.
2). Clear Cache
Clear the browser cache (default browser) on your mobile device, on which the Super Auto Pets application redirects you to log in. To do this, head to Device Settings> App Settings> Select the app you want to clear the cache of> Select Storage> Clear Cache. This has been recommended on the official support page of Blizzard and, therefore, is a method you should try.
3). Reinstall the game
The final method to solve this issue is to simply reinstall the game. As users on Reddit have put it, ‘Uninstall, reinstall; boom, problem solved!’. This is true for a lot of server-side errors. Since you can do little to fix it, you might as well wait for the developers to fix it and reinstall the game in the meantime. This ensures that there are no corrupt files on your end and you can enjoy the game as soon as the server issue is fixed.
4). Restart your device
As an added measure, you can restart your phone/PC to make sure there are no software issues with the OS itself. Once done, the game should work as intended once the servers are back online.
5). Use a different browser
When you are asked to log in, you will be redirected to the Battle.net site to enter your credentials. If this is a browser-specific issue, you can switch to a different browser when the prompt appears on your device.
That is all the information we have on how to solve the error code 500 in Warcraft Rumble. If you found this guide helpful and would like to read more such content, head over to Android Gram.