Ever wanted to have a place where you could keep your files and access them anywhere you get an Internet connection? Say you wanted to have your music library available in case you wanted to give a song to one of your friends, or maybe you wanted to let your relatives download your entire library of vacation photos, or maybe you need a place to host programs you write or maps you make. How about a Web page? Ever wanted to have your own Web page?
Battlefield V Granting The Ability To Make Your Own Private Games
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Online games that are hosted on a central server are quite common. Unfortunately, they have a unique flaw as time goes on. This then makes the entire game unplayable, as nobody has a server to connect to. Some people, however, take it upon themselves to host their own server for the game. If the developer is successful, they can revive a game that has since been forgotten. Some people go a step further and make private servers of games that are still running. It also allows people to play the game without paying for the main game.
Battlefield V has steadily been keeping its base of players and hoping to revitalize new ones as time goes on, which seems to be working. The release of Firestorm, Battlefield V's take on the battle royale mode, is apparently the biggest event in terms of participation that the series has ever had, according to EA's earnings call, so that might be working. Another initiative appears to be a return of private servers, which DICE has announced will be coming soon. The news comes courtesy of a Community Broadcast blog post , which doesn't equivocate. The plan, DICE says, is to roll out the initiative this summer.
Bohemia Interactive had announced that online survival zombie game DayZ will soon be getting private servers for those playing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Private server support will begin after the release of the 1. Like a player-made server that friends can join?