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Hosting Your Own Game Server Are you tired of getting kicked from other people’s servers despite the fact that you weren’t doing anything wrong and there weren’t that many open servers to begin with? If you’ve encountered problems like this, you should look into having a private server for yourself! Private servers offer you great control over you the chance to control who is playing at any given time, so there won’t be any more team-killing or bad manners, if that’s the way you want to play things. No longer will you have to wait for an admin or mod to get on and deal with a team-killer or troll. If you don’t want to deal with strangers at all, you can always make your server password-protected, as well. Survival games are the genre of the week, it seems, when it comes to multiplayer games. Among games like these, Rust and Garry’s Mod are the stand-outs. One facet all of these games have in common, though is the necessity of discrete, private servers.
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If a game has a set of official servers these days, they’re usually always completely full and often you’ll be unable to secure a spot on them if that’s where you want to play the game. If you do find a place to play that doesn’t have a lot of people on it, it’s more than likely that you’re on a private server that someone has intentionally left open. In most situations, this will be fine and you’ll be able to play mostly whenever you want, but there is the chance that you’ll either get kicked or the server itself could disappear into the ether, taking all of the progress you made with it.
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Private servers these days are much cheaper and easier to maintain thanks mainly to improvements in technology. For a few bucks a month, you can enjoy games with your friends either without interlopers messing things up, or by opening up the server and providing a place for others to play in peace themselves. You’ll be free to do whatever you want on the server, creating your own worlds in Minecraft or forage endlessly in Rust, and be completely certain that such worlds won’t disappear. There are endless statistics that you can pore over with a private server, as well, with intimate control over the internal functions of the game beyond what you’d normally see as a player on another server. When it comes to making certain that you and your friends are able to play your multiplayer games of choice, there is no better way to secure such a thing than by utilizing your own private server.