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Call of Duty fans, you can finally rest easy: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have dedicated servers and support crossplay at launch. According to a Game Informer cover story via Charlie Intel , Infinity Ward and Activision are confirming that alongside full crossplay support for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, Modern Warfare will feature dedicated servers to ideally help ensure stability at launch and beyond. Dedicated servers aren't anything new to Call of Duty, but with the introduction of crossplay support to the franchise with the upcoming Modern Warfare, it's even more crucial to ensure stable server performance by forking out for dedicated servers. With the pervasive issue of server instability in online competitive gaming, it's a big relief to hear it's quickly becoming commonplace for AAA developers to address the issue before it becomes an issue. Regardless, it's certainly a step in the right direction.
Step 1: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Dedicated Server Setup
Players band together to survive the most harrowing and climactic battles that led to the demise of the Axis powers on the European and Pacific fronts. At the time of this writing, there is no Windows dedicated server component for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. You will need to use the executables included with your game. It's best to create a clean install of the game before continuing, a technique this guide uses. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare uses one configuration file to store its settings. The file is "server. Download and install FireDaemon Pro. Double click the FireDaemon Pro icon on your desktop, then click on the New i.
As you may know, while the latter is brand-new to the series, Call of Duty has had dedicated servers for a few years now, so it's not very surprising to hear it's continuing this trend, but it's good to get a confirmation nonetheless, especially with cross-play support casting some doubt on the feature. Of course, just having dedicated servers isn't enough for a smooth and robust multiplayer experience. Dedicated servers don't mean much if the server rate isn't very high. Further, it doesn't sound like there will be dedicated servers for offline matches either, which fans have been asking Activision about for awhile now. Call of Duty hasn't had the greatest netcode in the past, but hopefully that will change with this new installment. And at the very least, it's nice to see it continuing with dedicated servers, which are becoming increasingly common for AAA multiplayer games. As you may know, Activision and Infinity Ward have already revealed the game's multiplayer, but they haven't really revealed anything pertaining to the game's campaign, which there's a lot more excitement for than normal.