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I'm tired of paying for multiplayer
I had Xbox Live Gold for about 4 years before I cancelled it. It was a hassle too...couldn't cancel it online so I had to call customer service and have it discontinued. I'm glad to have switched to PC where the online is free. I rarely play online nowadays anyways but it's good to know that if I ever have the itch to play online again I don't have to pay anything.
njkking01 posted...Yeah I only had gold for two years but I'm done
Sweet defiantly getting this on pc this and the older cods are the reason I didnt upgrade to next gen but now I can play those and I hope the next red dead comes to pc.
I can't really comment to that level of specificity, because I'm not that well informed on the subject. The point of my post was simply that they DO now exist, and trying to avoid the spread of mis-information. Especially when that mis-information if passed off as a "fact". Everyone gets things wrong here and there, but when people aren't positive of what they are saying, they should at least add in some caveat to the statement to show it.
Yeah I only had gold for two years but I'm done
It'll have online and I think stats will carry over no matter what platform you go to. I'm not sure though.
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All I played was TDM. I'm not impressed with MS dedicated servers. I know about ping. I hardly ever get above a 80 ping in most games I play. Usually everything is smooth unless I'm playing something like Day Z or Arma 3's breaking point with iffy servers.
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Just like nearly everything else. What's your point?
Anyways, on topic. No I wasn't bothered by having to pay for Live on my 360. I was actually paying less for Live and internet than most other people pay for their internet connection alone.
Unless you live at home and your parents pay your bills, I don't want to hear about how you can play online for "free"
I never did online MP with any consoles, even when it was free. It's too inconvenient and relies on my friends owning the same expensive discs I do.
Steam selling super-cheap 4-packs of MP games, plus the nice Steamworks online infrastructure actually has convinced me that online MP isn't 100% pure garbage.
We're talking about a service that shouldn't be charging money to begin with.
There's a difference. Big difference.
Paying $50 a year is like adding another $400 to the cost of the system price. That makes it a $900 system instead of $500 (at launch anyway). A $1000 gaming PC doesn't sound so expensive anymore, does it?
The point of my post was simply that they DO now exist, and trying to avoid the spread of mis-information.
I personally don't believe in the Xbox One (2013).
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