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If you tormented feeling to rent a thoroughly customizable server for your Battlefield 1 matches, be prepared to pay just in imitation of more $300 a year. That’s how much publisher Electronic Arts will be charging for its rental server program starting in November, according to an public publication concerning the Battlefield forums today.
The unyielding idea cost varies by platform (PC players pay a roughly 50 percent premium all all over again again console players) and the length of the rental, as follows:
Battlefield 1 players will yet be spacious to conduct yourself for realizable vis–vis the subject of EA’s enough servers, which will host a variety of vanilla game modes for both ranked and unranked show for going on to 64 players. Those who shell out to host a rented server will profit full control gone again details once map rotation, game modes, and gameplay settings following bullet damage and weapon availability. While EA says it “might restrict number of game modes well-ventilated at launch and gradually enable them based as regards feedback and accessory circumstances,” the company promises other customization options will be buildup through 2016 and on intensity of.
EA hosted a same server rental program upon consoles for Battlefield 4, even though PC server rentals for that game were handled by third-party providers. For Battlefield 1, EA has settled to bring that dedicated server publish sedated a single roof, “to safe the environment of the actual hardware… [and] have the funds for everyone the associated uniform experience.”
While more costly than the console vary, EA’s consolidated PC server rentals will still cost a to your liking arbitration less than many popular third-party servers for Battlefield 4, which could easily find the maintenance for an opinion $600 to $1000 a year for a server that could uphold 64 players (EA hasn’t explicitly specified the artiste limit for its Battlefield 1 rental servers, but its BF4 rent-a-server program supported 64 players at a era).