Guess I also forgot to add the ability to choose a server, but still, I think they could add more servers.MrVilliams wrote:The problem with H5 dedicated servers is that you have no choice as to which data centre you connect to.UEG ShadowAngel wrote:The issue is they need to get more servers setup, there are indeed other servers outside the u.s. But not enough to really help out with a quality experience. It also doesn't help that halo suffers from pop drops, which equates to less players having the same connections as you which results in you then connecting to players further away and lag then becomes an issue. Going p2p is a straight up downgrade and one I personally won't be happy about. People have wanted dedicated servers since H3, 343 just need to run the servers properly as other games put in more effort than 343 have shown.
This often means (due to popluation factors), most non-US players connect to US servers - To be honest, I'd favour P2P over this every time.
why would you choose p2p? You still don't get to pick who's hosting, still can match u.s. Players yes? I think going back to p2p is just asking for more issues. I couldn't stand halo 4 at its twilight since player pop was so bad I matched vs awful connections.