Section 8: Prejudice Gets Dedicated Servers on 360

XBLA players get the option for the first time.

Previously, no games on Microsoft’s Xbox Live Arcade platform have had dedicated servers.  TimeGate has decided to buck that trend.  The studio’s recently released Section 8: Prejudice now has the option available viaGameServers. The cost is $1.29 per player plus additional expenses depending on voice chat options (if you so choose to utilize the feature). GameServers’ service can also be preordered for the impending PC release, and will eventually be available to PS3 owners when Section 8’s summer release on Sony’s platform draws near.

[Sources: Joystiq and GameServers]

[Image courtesy of Joystiq.]

Nick Santangelo
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