[bf1942] BF2 + Logging in?
thiessen at alum.mit.edu
Thu Dec 9 18:55:59 EST 2004
Ouch. . . that sounds something like what Joint Operations does. . . my
environment is a cyber cafe, and the Joint Ops model is a nightmare to
try run--they tie CD Keys to the login, so you end up having to log
customers in all the time. . . and the result of that that I have
noticed is that people get tired of it and go play other games, even
though JO is really pretty good.
It would be nice if EA/Dice spared a thought for how cyber cafes would
play the game if people have to log in.
David Harrison wrote:
>> From a recent IGN story on Battlefield 2:
> " In order to play Battlefield 2 (or any multiplayer EA game nowadays)
> players will have to log in through EA's multiplayer service. The good
> thing about this is that it will track everything you could possibly
> want to know about multiplayer. "
> I appreciate it might be a bit early to talk about this, but if anyone
> from Dice can expound on how (if at all) this might affect dedicated
> servers, that'd be great.
> Will people still be able to join with third party clients like ASE, etc?
> -- dave
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