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Member Since 26 Apr 2016
Offline Last Active Nov 13 2017 09:38 PM

In Topic: Netduma Destiny 2 optimal settings

08 November 2017 - 02:26 PM

It's 150ms for me and still playable.

Now, i can found players around 30 to 50 ms in Europe.

Good for you, at least you can find players in your area. I can't find any players on my area South-america and as i said before i'm always forced to join U.S. hosts

In Topic: Netduma Destiny 2 optimal settings

07 November 2017 - 06:12 PM

Bleeding Edge means you're on an experimental cloud version, which could be unreliable but is the latest relatively stable version. Auto-cloud is always a version that is tried and tested, and is more reliable.


Using the cloud numbers provided here puts you on a 'test' version, which could be either game breaking or amazing, and will be under construction to be moved to bleeding edge, and finally moved to auto-cloud.

So, thick or unthick? I have both unthicked both since you guys recomend it.

In Topic: Netduma Destiny 2 optimal settings

07 November 2017 - 03:49 PM

Yep that's correct :) let us know how it plays for you. As always, if you get kicked quite often, find out the ID's (and find out if you get kicked with the Geo-filter disabled).


I'm playing Destiny 2 at home with 2 other folks on PS4, and we're having a great time with no booting. Hopefully this is the case for everyone else now!

Basically, its the same if you tick or un-thick auto cloud and bleeding?

In Topic: Netduma Destiny 2 optimal settings

07 November 2017 - 03:47 PM

Don't forget it's peer-to-peer connections so if the host is bad, you will have a bad experience too.

Thats subjective. For U.S. players that host could be awesome but not for South-american players. I'm always forced to join U.S. hosts and all those are terrible for me, never found a game with a latency less than 110 ms.

In Topic: Netduma Destiny 2 optimal settings

06 November 2017 - 03:28 PM

The new cloud updates is awesome.
Crucible and judgement are very smooth.

For people living in US and Europe maybe. The PvP is still shit to me, even with those cloud updates i have error beaver and sometimes mongoose. I have this Duma for more than a year now and honestly i dont see any diference for players/CUSTOMERS from South-america.