The FAQ says all games have dedicated servers. Is this true?

#13HPPosted 12/5/2013 3:59:13 PM
"The online multiplayer you have come to know from Xbox 360 and Xbox Live is coming back to Xbox One in a whole new way. Gone are the days of P2P and worrying about host advantage."

I'm just wondering if there is any truth to this.
#2SoulTrapperPosted 12/5/2013 4:02:45 PM
Microsoft is supposedly offering every developer free access to their cloud servers, so theoretically, every game will have dedicated servers.
It depends on the dev whether they want to make use of it or not.
Since it's free, it's most likely that they will take advantage of it, unless they own their own servers like EA does.
#3BeastOfWar316Posted 12/5/2013 4:03:32 PM
There are dedicated servers available to every Dev out there who wants to use them. So far, I believe only Forza 5 takes advantage of them. BF4 and CoD offer their own hybrid dedi's. So it's true in sense, but no third party games take advantage of them yet. Titanfall I believe is the first game to do so next year.
#4MetroidFan9999Posted 12/5/2013 4:03:59 PM
It's developer choice, so no.....
Xbox One = Xbone = Crossbone = Jolly Roger.
#5SythisTaruPosted 12/5/2013 4:11:23 PM
Yes and every game is forced to use them.