The server browser is an in-game tool used to find and connect to different community servers.
Usage[edit | edit source]
The server browser can filter different servers by type – minigame, adventure, co-op, competitive – and also by language. Servers will be tagged with what type of gameplay they offer. Players will also be able to differentiate between "official" and "unofficial" servers. Official servers are those which are directly owned and managed by Hypixel Studios, whereas unofficial servers are those which are made and managed by ordinarily players.
Servers that appear im the server browser can be joined by clicking the "Connect" button. Servers can also be connected to using a direct IP, without having to go through the server browser. Official Hytale servers will be found in the "Minigames" tab.
Players can give servers ratings to help others find the most popular servers.
History[edit | edit source]
|25 January 2019||The server browser is showcased in a blog post about server technology.|
|11 February 2019||Information about the server browser is mentioned in an interview with Christopher Thursten.|
References[edit | edit source]
- "An overview of Hytale's server technology" – Hytale.com.
- "Note: You are right, the official Hytale servers will be in the minigame tab and the servers tab will be for the community stuff." – @Simon_Hypixel on Twitter, 9 April 2019
- "Hytale Interview – Hypixel Studios Talk Modding, Post-Launch Plans, and Minecraft Origins" by Ben Walker. DualShockers, 11 February 2019.