The internet is full of petitions against the new concept IWNET. Why?
No dedicated servers, less admin options…
I don’t care.
Playing on different servers today… i need some rounds to understand the server settings/rules. Every server is different. The clans adjusts server settings , depending on their skills. On some server the ppsh is strong on some weak. Gravity and speed is different. Arty and dogs are disabled or enabled. On others the FG42 is like a rocket and kill everyone. etc… Playing on a server where the nades fly from one spawn to the other is fun…? On some servers you cant use the tubes or riflenades. Ok, i accept all the admin rules. But…
I want uncorrupted gameplay and not playing around the serversettings to get an advantage for the own clan.
Playing today COD4 you dont know if the player hax or he abuse the server settings or he use illegal console commands or simply he has skill.
The realism mod has nothing to do with server settings tweaking. This is a totally different discussion. Someone who play realism respect the few rules and know that aimed bullets goes indahead.
The biggest benefit from fourzerotwo: The biggest benefit of using IWnet by far is the fact that you don’t have to worry about joining a server full of aim-bots, wallhacks, or cheaters. Or relying on the server admin of the server to constantly be monitoring, banning, and policing it. Modern Warfare 2 on PC allows us to control the quality of the game much more than ever before as well as utilizing the VAC (Valve-Anti-Cheat) system to keep games clean of hackers and cheaters.
The responsability to keep MW2 exciting over the years depends on IW. No new maps, no fun after some months.
The responsability to keep MW2 haxfree depends on IW. Its their network.
The responsability to keep MW2 a place where friends can have fun depends on IW. Their gameconcept.
IW created IWNET, now its their job to make MW2 succesful. The players are there.
I want to have fun without cheaters, servertweaking clanadmins and consoletweaking players.
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