We are building multiplayer game where there's no central server managing the game. Each player is responsible for sending out its state to all connected players. In addition, all clients run ...
Currently I'm participating in a multiplayer game project as a network developer. Unfortunately, however, I'm facing an interpolation problem which makes game objects look like they are ...
Consider the following scenario: Let's say, for sake of example and simplicity, that you have an authoritative game server that sends state to its clients every 45ms. The clients are interpolating ...
In order to save bandwidth in my multiplayer game, I do not update every object every server tick, instead each object has an updateRate which tells the game that this object is expected to be updated ...