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I have been getting login timeout every time I try to launch my game, except for the first time, it logged in but only made it to 52% on the loading screen before freezing. Since then every time I try to log in it says LOGIN TIMEOUT on the screen, I know my login is correct, I have uninstalled and re installed my game, I have checked the firewall, it all seems fine. I don't know how else to troubleshoot atm, if anyone could help that would be great.
Hello been playing since New Years, So ive reinstalled my whole pc today and when i login to the forum to download the game client the button is gone. Is it only available for download when the servers are live? or am i missing something?
As I understand it, when players log off, their avatar will disappear. When they log in again, their avatar will reappear at the same location. If they were on a ship and the ship moved away while they were logged off, they would no longer be on it when they log in. This is a serious problem. Either the ship can only move when the entire crew is logged in or it may need to frequently go back and pick up those who were left behind. This will be trouble even for small crews, especially if they live in different time zones, but it could make large crews impractical. A solution would be to give the players the option of leaving their avatars in the game as a physical objects when they log off. Then the avatar would be carried along with the ship as it moves and still be on board when the player comes back. Since the avatar was still present, it could be attacked and it would be basically defenseless with the player logged off, so players would only want to do this in places they felt were relatively safe. Logging off in this way could put the avatar into a sleeping position, so anyone seeing it would know the player was logged off. It would be desirable, but not necessary, to design ships with designated sleeping areas where the sleeping avatars could be kept without getting in the way of other activities.