Here you will be able to see more information on our Game Hosting plans and answers to some questions that might pop up.
Possible Questions You Might Have
- What games can I host?
We support hosting over 50 different games and 90 variations of said games (for example, GTA V has 3 variations - FiveM, RageMP, alt:V).
You can see a full list by scrolling down and clicking “Toggle game list” on this page.
- I can't connect to my server trough the provided port!
Some Steam games require adjacent ports open to the game port, take Unturned as an example, you need 1 game port, then 2 more which go after it for Steam, if your game is on port 30000, you will need 30001 and 30002 as well.
You can create more allocations on our panel to get more than just one port open, though if you can't get the exact ports that you need, feel free to get in contact with us and we will fix this for you on our end, giving you the required ports.
- Can I get a dedicated IP address?
While we don't officially offer this on any of our plans, we might be able to sort out something if you really need something like that.
Please get in contact with us regarding this and we'll see what we can do depending on your need.
- What's the difference between deployable on “any node” and “High Performance Node"?
Lower plans are deployable on any node, which means you might get one of our standard performance nodes or even in some cases the high performance nodes if there's plenty of spare space on them.
So what's the difference between the standard and high performance nodes?
Standard nodes are recent, but not always the latest CPUs available coupled with, in most cases, regular SATA SSDs.
High performance nodes have CPUs with good single thread performance, which is what mattest a lot for a vast majority of game servers. Alongside good single thread performance, they use NVMe SSDs for storage which are much more performant compared to regular SATA SSDs.
As well as that, we support more locations on our higher plans which are deployed on high performance nodes, as we're trying to keep up with the market and not order older hardware in new locations.
- So which CPUs are available on standard and high performance nodes?
Standard nodes can have one of the following depending on the location:
- Netherlands: Xeon E5-2680 v2, Xeon E5-2680 v3
- Germany and Austria: Epyc 7702P
While high performance nodes have the following depending on the location:
- Netherlands, Germany, USA (New York): Ryzen 9 5900X/5950X, i9-12900K, Epyc 7443P
- Austria, Poland, Spain, Australia: Epyc 7443P
- Deployable on any node:
- Micro - 0.5 vCore(s), 1 GB RAM, 5 GB SSD | £0.99/mo.
- Tiny - 1 vCore(s), 2 GB RAM, 10 GB SSD | £1.99/mo.
- Small - 2 vCore(s), 4 GB RAM, 20 GB SSD | £3.99/mo.
- Standard - 3 vCore(s), 6 GB RAM, 30 GB SSD | £5.99/mo.
- Extra - 4 vCore(s) (Dedicated), 8 GB RAM, 40 GB SSD | £7.99/mo.
- Deployable only on High Performance Nodes
- Large - 4 vCore(s), 12 GB RAM, 40 GB SSD | £11.99/mo.
- Extra Large - 5 vCore(s), 16 GB RAM, 45 GB SSD | £15.99/mo.
- Gigantic - 6 vCore(s), 20 GB RAM, 50 GB SSD | £19.99/mo.
- Enormous - 7 vCore(s), 26 GB RAM, 50 GB SSD | £25.99/mo.
- Behemoth - 8 vCore(s), 32 GB RAM, 50 GB SSD | £31.99/mo.
- Need a higher plan or something custom? Get in contact! We'd be more than happy to sort our something for you.