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5-09-2011 @ 11:55AM
Two musings:- Just before the outage, DCUO was in the process of preparing to a move to "superservers". Precise information was somewhat scarce, but my guess is that they would be moving towards a single server design, akin to CO, STO, RoM, GW, etc. If this was the case, the problems with finding groups should mostly be a thing of the past, as long as DCUO can keep enough players to at least maintain one healthy server.- WoW gives up most of it's player base advantage by having over 200 separate realms, coupled with two factions; the actual part of the player base available to group with you is to the tune of 0.25% of WoW's US (or Europe) population. To put this into perspective, a single-server, single-faction game with 10K players would have close to the same kind of player availability to form groups as WoW.Queues, of course, are another matter due to being cross-realm.As a matter of fact, I actually find it easier to find groups in a medium population LotRO server than I ever found in a high population WoW realm.
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