Everyone knows how important it is to quickly get players into the game. There are two primary processes that contribute to time spent outside of playing the game:
You might believe that any CDN will be adequate for your game content delivery. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Technically speaking, any CDN will be able to deliver your game content from one point to another, however, the devil is in the details. A good game experience can live and die based on the quality of the download. Here’s why:
Trying to find a commercially viable game patching solution or a download manager that’s built for your type of game isn’t necessarily easy. Typically, game makers must roll their own solutions, but with that come the risks associated with most technology projects:
Best Practices in Patch Management; Part 3 of 3
Learn about the best practices for online game patching to ensure the best possible experience for your gamers in this three-part series.
Best Practices in Patch Management: Part 2 of 3
Learn about the best practices for online game patching to ensure the best possible experience for your gamers in this three-part series