Warzone is definitely a dedicated server to hold 150 players. But it's not the kind of dedicated servers you might think - I think it's one of those cheap ass dedicated servers. That will change on the next Call of Duty title after Black Ops Cold War, though. They did go 200 players, but even that choked. Oct 10, 2020.
Ww2 doesnt even have p2p in general. Maybe watch a video like this https://youtu.be/R9iRFkGhze8 Ingame it is players themself that host a game session which opens up for cheaters.
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Frustrated Cold War players beg for dedicated Zombies servers. After years of enduring P2P and host migration issues with CoD Zombies, players feel it’s finally time for Activision to either user servers or make a standalone game. The early days of Call of Duty online multiplayer were always hampered by P2P, the process of one player being the host of a lobby, meaning if they left or lost connection, then the whole lobby would be disconnected.
Only P2P. They may use a dedicated match making server but the actual game doesn't run on a server, it's running on someone's PC. I took a look at other games, and there are some matches that have no Choopa connections at all, so it's a hybrid of P2P and dedicated servers like their last game (Advanced Warfare).
Remember the days when Call of Duty multiplayer games made you rage because of the game running on peer-to-peer (P2P) servers? While the franchise transitioned to hybrid servers for some of its more recent games, that won’t be the case for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare!
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Halo 4 and PayDay 2 are just a few games which use listen servers. This is to keep server costs down to a minimum, as well as allowing many simultaneous matches on many maps. The person in red is the host, everyone else are the gamers connected to the host.
Despite the variable quality of certain entries throughout the franchise’s history, every title has sold quite well. For all that Call of Duty has managed, however, it continues to be baffling how the series still hasn’t adopted dedicated servers. Currently, Cold War operates on a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) system. This means that when a game lobby is running, that specific multiplayer match is being hosted by one of the players in the lobby.