In this in-depth Black Ops Cold War beta netcode analysis, we find out that certain game modes were running on 20hz servers! Not every game mode uses dedicated servers too.
This better change by launch. 20hz servers are ridiculous for twitch FPS games!
Yep. It's not like Acti is a small, indie company, either. You earn millions! At the very least, provide quality servers.
All that money earned and they can't give people full dedicated servers, and good ones at that.
but did they feel like 20hz servers? how did the experience fair.
The hit registration was miserable, I don't know what it is with the Treyarch COD's but they always have this problem.
“but did they feel like 20hz servers? how did the experience fair.“ It was pretty good but I got connection errors, lag, and hit penetration quite often. Still love the feel of Treyarch games. There’s just something about their games I like more than any other CoD developers.
This game feels extremely rushed. They should have delayed it a year and given us a next gen patch for MW instead.
2 different Devs, really wouldn't change much in that sense
Treyarch were rush to make this. Less than two years to make a game because Sledgehammer messed up their that much which will no doubt impact the the COD title too.
What do they care? Tons of people will buy it anyway. Similar with EA and FIFA/Madden, it's gonna sell, it's gonna make a ton. No point dumping tons of money and resources. They know their audience after all these years, and they know exactly what they can get away with.
“And Not Dedicated Servers” I’d change the title to “no” instead of “not.” Unless I am missing something, that change would be grammatically correct.
This franchise is on life support by little kids now...
nahhhhh its really not, Modern Warfare brought the franchise back to form, which is why its always a top seller on NPD.
When playing cod i generally see #4. Rarely have an issue with other games
Wasn't this also a problem with Black Ops 4?
This was a beta. They might be saving the big guns for the actual launch. We’ll see I guess.
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