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Updates Regarding Gamers Club and Cloud Radar

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Greetings,

Over the past couple of months we have been hard at work improving the security and usability of our products.

 

Regarding Gamers Club:

Through thorough testing with multiple Brazilian testers we have confirmed that we are now safe again on Gamers Club.

The reason that it took so long is because we didn't want to implement a quick fix like some other providers have done or release it too early without proper testing.

The security improvements we have implemented permanent and will also help future proof us on other platforms.

Due to the amount of time we have dedicated to these updates, we have decided to slightly increase the pricing.

We decided to wait to release the Cloud Radar for normal Wraith users until all the security issues with Gamers Club were fixed as we want to provide our users with the best possible experience.

However we are proud to announce that a Cloud Radar package is now also available to non 5EWIN users, which you can check out here:

 

Cloud Radar:

During the early launch of our Cloud Radar system we had a lot of complaints about stability and delays to our Singapore server.

We tried using servers in Hong Kong, we tried reducing the amount of packets sent, we tried using our own proxy servers and we tried multiple different Chinese VPN's. They were all to no avail.

The current solution we have right now is a high performance server in Singapore with unlimited Gigabit bandwidth in order to support as many users as possible. An equivalent US server will be added in the coming week for the normal Wraith version.

Connectivity and stability issues have been (mostly) solved through changing our transfer protocol and heavily optimizing our compression algorithm in order to allow as much data as possible to transfer as quickly as possible. This allows us to send over 20 updates per second to and from the client even on lower  bandwidth networks using a VPN, resulting in lower latency and minimal use of positional interpolation on the client side. Over the past couple of weeks we have received close to 0 complaints about neither connectivity issues nor server delays.

Our latest update also introduced a few custom radar images provided by our community that show callout positions (we currently only support English and Chinese maps, but we welcome more).

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