Hello everyone one of my friends host a server often and he has a extra tower that he can host a actual server. Thing is we dont think its possible. Him and I would like to talk to the game dev about this. So if anyone knows how to get in touch with the dev I would love to know. Pass this on because even the possiblity to host 15+ player could actually draw traction for the game and maybe bring it up to the light of other survival companys.
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