I hate lag in online battles, especially in competitive games, and I’m sure there are many others who feel the same. That’s why it’s important to play PvP matches on the servers closest to your region. Here’s how to change your region in Naruto x Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections.
Changing Your Region in Naruto x Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections
Players are experiencing difficulties in online matches because their region is being automatically set to the incorrect location.
When you go into Online Battle mode, you’ll see what region the game has decided you’re in. However, that region isn’t always correct. And there’s no way to directly go in and change the region. There are, however, a few methods I’ve found that can trick the game into correcting your region in roundabout ways.
Change Your In-Game Language
First, going into the settings and changing your language has worked in a few cases to reset the region you’re in. You should then be able to change the language back to your preferred language without the region switching a second time. However, this hasn’t worked in all cases.
Change Your System’s Time Zone
The second option is going into your console’s options and setting your location to a country in the region that would be your proper region. Such as putting the United Kingdom as the country if you should be on EU servers, and it isn’t already set to that region. Since this seems more common on PC, you’ll go into the Control Panel to change your region. Go to Clock and Region. Then, Change Time and adjust your Time Zone to a similar one. Restart your computer, and this will hopefully convince the game that you need to be in your proper region.
Those are the best options we have so far for how to change your region in Naruto x Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections. The ideal solution would be an official patch that allows us to manually select the region we want to be in for online fights. But until then, check out our NxB guides hub for more content, like the difference between Simple and Normal controls.