Networking Questions & Answers
Networking was never something that was associated with gaming in the past. Today, online interactions have become an integral part of what makes up a gaming experience. With the introduction of an online network, means you will end up having to diagnose and solve network related issues and problems. Here is the place to ask.
Ill use Fallout as an example for this. If i buy the standard version of Fallout 4 from the online store and then I buy the game of the year edition on disc, will I be able to use the DLC that is installed from the disc version of the game with the original digital […]
How much data does a multiplayer game use when playing online? If i have a limit on the amount of data i can use, will online gaming use it up?
When I play some disc-based games for the first time it will start by installing an update. This download takes a while and there is an option to bypass the update and play the game anyway. Is it ok to play a game while it is updating or should I just let the update install […]
I am going away for the weekend and there is not going to be any wifi, but there is a TV. If i setup a hotspot on my Android phone, is it possible for the Playstation 4 to connect to this mobile hotspot and get an internet connection that lets me play multiplayer games?
Going back to the previous console generation there were always people making a big deal about NAT types and making sure it was correct for online gaming. Even this generation on both Playstation 4 and Xbox One people are still trying to make sure their NAT type is correct. What is a NAT type and […]
This is such a big deal lately and it is frustrating that it is not a thing. I heard that it might happen for Rocket League, but then Sony said no. Is there a reason why they do not allow for it? Are there any technical restrictions that are getting in the way of cross-platform play […]
I am trying to connect to Xbox live and whenever I try to connect to it, I get this error message, what does it mean and how do it fix it?
Remote play is good with the Vita and now that it can also be used with the PC / windows, it is even better and shows that it is not restricted to just Sony made devices. Is it possible to make this work using a mobile device in a way that isn’t super laggy?