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alt:V is a free alternative multiplayer client for GTA:V. Our custom alt v dedicated servers provides perfect synchronization on clients . Play with your friends.... With prices starting from $7/mo.
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  • AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
    50% of 3.50Ghz CPU
  • RAM DDR4
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  • Game Slots
    Recommended for 20-30 Players
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Why rent our alt:V Gaming Servers?

This is why you should try our alt:V Gaming Servers.

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NO Fixed Game Slots

Why pay for fixed game slots while you can have it all. Our game servers are designed for performance.

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Fast Activation

alt:V server comes online within 5 minutes of placing an order. You'll immediately receive an email with link to the game panel.

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Intuitive Control Panel

Our gaming panel was custom designed for the smooth managing of your alt:V game servers. Have a look here.

alt:V server hosting with DDoS Protection

Most Powerful DDoS Protection

XgamingServer engineers analysed how the most popular online games worked like Terraria, Minecraft, Team Fortress they studied and identified the vulnerabilities of different applications, and the different attack strategies. and developed the best protection against DDoS attacks.


High Performance Hardware

The Servers used for alt:V are high performance and availability Machines that ensure you enjoy your alt:V multiplayer experience to the fullest.

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24/7/365 Monitoring & Support

Our alt:V hosting servers are monitored to ensure any system failure is reported as soon as possible. And with the support team ready to answer your tickets.

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How much RAM do I need for my alt:V Hosting Server?

First you need to knowalt:V utilizes two CPU threads. One is the main game thread and the other is the networking thread. A thread can use about 100% CPU. We advise people start out with the 100% CPU Deal..

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Main Game Thread


This thread does most of the core stuff in the game, including handling all the addons. This will normally be working the hardest of the two. It's common for this thread to be sitting at around ~60% CPU on busy servers.

Networking Thread


The networking thread normally uses up about ~15% on a busy server, but if you leverage it correctly it will work pretty hard. To really take advantage of this thread you need a map properly setup with area portals (PVS).

Why choose our alt:V server hosting

 

Lower pings

Ping is the delay for a round trip between your game client and  your alt:V server, measured in milliseconds

Ideally the lower the ping the better the game experience you'll have, as there will be less latency and less lag.

Our alt:V servers boast very lower pings for your better experience

 

No Slot limits.

At Xgamingserver we proud ourselves in selling dedicated server resources rather than game slots. Once you order our game server you can add as many players as the resources can handle. Want all your 255 friends to join your server? Knock yourself out but this will impact your gameplay so if you have a team of many players then upgrade to alt:V Rookie or Pro Servers

 

DDOS Protection

Our alt:V servers are secured with state of the art DDOss Protection. this is because the online gaming and esports sector are prone to Most DDOS attacks, therefore is essential that our servers be constantly protected against these frequent massive threats.

 

alt:V Server Location.

Our alt:V server are located in Europe and Canada at the moment and we hope to expand to more locations in the next coming months. Server location affects your ping and lag so it is always advisable to rent alt:V server that are closest to you.

 

alt:V Custom Control panel.

Our control panel is custom built and is optimized for the games we host. Unlike most game hosting companies that use clunky generic control panel for all games.

Here's a snapshot for the panel. We know Its fancy

 

Customer support

At XgmaingServer we value our customers and we respond to your tickets ASAP. 

 

High-Performance hardware for alt:V servers.

Our servers are hosted on high availability and performance servers. We use the Intel i7 6700k/7700k. Some of the fastest single-core CPUs on the market. high performance equals to better game experience.

 

Bandwidth requirement.

Our alt:V server are hosted on a 250mBps network interface. this is sufficient for any game. as alt:V game servers recorded at least 15mbps. If a game server exceeds the bandwith capacity of the network interface gameplay may be negatively affected. 

 

F.A.Q about alt:V Gaming Servers

This are some of the random questions asked about alt:V Gaming Servers.

How Long before my alt:V server comes online?

Once you place an order and complete payment, alt:V server will be fired up and installed within minutes. You will then receive an email with our game panel login link and notifying you that your server is installed.

So you'll just create a password to the panel and access your alt:V server.

What is the monthly cost of renting a server?

Our costs for alt:V servers are broken down as shown above from 15 to 35 dollars. Want anything custom just reach out.

Will my server be always online?

We constantly monitor our servers our team will be ready to intervene if your server becomes unavailable. 

How long do I have to rent a server?

Our alt:V servers are rented for monthly cycles but you are free to cancel anytime you feel.

Can I switch my server?

Bored with alt:V? No worries we can switch your server to any other game server that we host.

How many slots do my alt:V servers have?

As we mentioned we don't sell slots but dedicated server resources. want more slots than our default game slots just hit us up and will sort you out.

What’s alt:V and How Does it Work?

Can’t get enough of GTA V? Well, we can’t blame you. After all, Grand Theft Auto V is one of the most successful games of the GTA series. Ever since its inception back in 2013, the game has sold over 90 million copies making bewildering revenue of about $6 billion. So, yes, it’s safe to assume you’re not the only one who just can’t get rid of the GTA V monkey off your back.

But, can the game get even better? The one-word answer to that question — alt:V. alt:V is a modification of the original game keeping all the core functionalities intact but with some key features included. alt:V is a role-playing mod and allows you to play the game in multiplayer mode on a customized dedicated game server. If you love GTA 5 role-playing, you’ll love Rage MP, GT-MP and alt:V.

Gameplay

The gameplay of alt:V is identical to the popular open-world game “Grand Theft Auto V” that it has branched out from. It is an open-world action-adventure game that takes place in a virtual game city loosely based on Los Angeles called Los Santos. The game also lets you roam around the open countryside of San Andreas.

The game can be played either from a first-person or a third-person’s perspective. The objective of the game is to complete some specific missions to advance through the story. The player is free to roam around the open world using any means of available transportation or simply by walking/running as well. Players also face combat missions, in which case they can use explosives, firearms or simple melee attack skills.

The single-player mode revolves around three criminal individuals Trevor, Michael and Franklin. You can switch between the three characters while playing or the game switches the roles automatically for specific missions.

Every player has a set of eight distinct skills (fighting, diving, flying skills, etc.). As the game progresses, you can level up the skills to make them more effective as the mission objective gets more intense and difficult.

Multiplayer

Multiplayer mode (alt:V) opens up a lot of game features that are otherwise not provided or restricted in the single mod gameplay. The multiplayer mode allows you to play with up to 30 players simultaneously. It’s also the best-known GTA V mod for role-playing. The open-world design still allows you to roam around the city freely. Players enter lobbies to engage in completing some specific tasks, either individually or cooperatively (teams). This mod also lets the players manipulate certain parameters to create custom jobs like deathmatch weapon re-spawn timing or racetracks.

Players can create their teams or crew with a maximum member of 5 players to complete the missions cooperatively. On completion of tasks, the crew members earn experience points and climb up the ranking system. Earning experience points also allow you to unlock additional features such as new weapons, car customizations, clothes, or even advanced activities such as aircraft and parachute.

The multiplayer mode revolves around three main game components:

  • Deathmatch (free-for-all or team matchups)
  • Racing (bike, boat, air, or car) and
  • Objective-based missions (single-player or cooperative)

Modifications

alt:V also comes with some astounding in-game customization options that are either unavailable or limited in the actual game. The modification in specific enhances your multiplayer game experience to a whole new level. You can customize the multiplayer settings to any configuration depending on your game requirements allowing you to unlock the optimum alt:V gameplay experience without any limitations.

How to Install Add-Ons on A alt:V Server

Installing Mods on a alt:V server is quite a challenge for new server hosts. The lack of proper information and guides also does not help. The fact that there is no official script extender for the alt:V server makes it a bit more complicated than it should be. But that does not mean one cannot modify the alt:V server.

The thing is, on alt:V server, things work differently. Unlike other mods in other game servers, merely downloading and copying the contents does not fix and install the Scripts.

Read the step by step how to install custom scripts, mods, and add-ons on a alt:V Server below.


How to install Custom Scripts:

Downloading the Script

There are many custom scripts players can add onto the alt:V server. These scripts can easily be installed, and all of them are free to download. It is simple: choose a custom script, download it. It is crucial to select the latest version of the Script to avoid bugs and glitches.

Moving the Script:

The Script must be moved into the scripts folder in the alt:V Server> CFXServerDattaMaster> Resources. Move the folder found in the downloaded file into the resources folder. The contents of the folder do not need any edits, but it has to be included in the start load Command prompt.

Configuring and Running the Script:

The last step is to set the Script. The task is to open the server.cfg with Notepad or Notepad++. The Scripts can be found in the text group that has “start” labeled. To configure the custom script, it must be added there. Add a new line and type “Start <script name>,” save the file and close.

Once done, load the server. The Script should be automatically loaded in the prompt screen with the others. The Custom script should work like any other scripts with the commands.

How to Install Mods:

Can’t get enough of GTA V? Well, we can’t blame you. After all, Grand Theft Auto V is one of the most successful games of the GTA series. Ever since its inception back in 2013, the game has sold over 90 million copies making bewildering revenue of about $6 billion. So, yes, it’s safe to assume you’re not the only one who just can’t get rid of the GTA V monkey off your back.

But, can the game get even better? The one-word answer to that question — alt:V. alt:V is a modification of the original game keeping all the core functionalities intact but with some key features included. alt:V is a role-playing mod and allows you to play the game in multiplayer mode on a customized dedicated game server. If you love GTA 5 role-playing, you’ll love Rage MP, GT-MP and alt:V.

Gameplay

The gameplay of alt:V is identical to the popular open-world game “Grand Theft Auto V” that it has branched out from. It is an open-world action-adventure game that takes place in a virtual game city loosely based on Los Angeles called Los Santos. The game also lets you roam around the open countryside of San Andreas.

The game can be played either from a first-person or a third-person’s perspective. The objective of the game is to complete some specific missions to advance through the story. The player is free to roam around the open world using any means of available transportation or simply by walking/running as well. Players also face combat missions, in which case they can use explosives, firearms or simple melee attack skills.

The single-player mode revolves around three criminal individuals Trevor, Michael and Franklin. You can switch between the three characters while playing or the game switches the roles automatically for specific missions.

Every player has a set of eight distinct skills (fighting, diving, flying skills, etc.). As the game progresses, you can level up the skills to make them more effective as the mission objective gets more intense and difficult.

Multiplayer

Multiplayer mode (alt:V) opens up a lot of game features that are otherwise not provided or restricted in the single mod gameplay. The multiplayer mode allows you to play with up to 30 players simultaneously. It’s also the best-known GTA V mod for role-playing. The open-world design still allows you to roam around the city freely. Players enter lobbies to engage in completing some specific tasks, either individually or cooperatively (teams). This mod also lets the players manipulate certain parameters to create custom jobs like deathmatch weapon re-spawn timing or racetracks.

Players can create their teams or crew with a maximum member of 5 players to complete the missions cooperatively. On completion of tasks, the crew members earn experience points and climb up the ranking system. Earning experience points also allow you to unlock additional features such as new weapons, car customizations, clothes, or even advanced activities such as aircraft and parachute.

The multiplayer mode revolves around three main game components:

  • Deathmatch (free-for-all or team matchups)
  • Racing (bike, boat, air, or car) and
  • Objective-based missions (single-player or cooperative)

Modifications

alt:V also comes with some astounding in-game customization options that are either unavailable or limited in the actual game. The modification in specific enhances your multiplayer game experience to a whole new level. You can customize the multiplayer settings to any configuration depending on your game requirements allowing you to unlock the optimum alt:V gameplay experience without any limitations.

How to Install Add-Ons on A alt:V Server

Installing Mods on a alt:V server is quite a challenge for new server hosts. The lack of proper information and guides also does not help. The fact that there is no official script extender for the alt:V server makes it a bit more complicated than it should be. But that does not mean one cannot modify the alt:V server.

The thing is, on alt:V server, things work differently. Unlike other mods in other game servers, merely downloading and copying the contents does not fix and install the Scripts.

Read the step by step how to install custom scripts, mods, and add-ons on a alt:V Server below.

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How to install Custom Scripts:


Downloading the Script

There are many custom scripts players can add onto the alt:V server. These scripts can easily be installed, and all of them are free to download. It is simple: choose a custom script, download it. It is crucial to select the latest version of the Script to avoid bugs and glitches.

Moving the Script:Error] Failed to load module “node-module”, could not find (lib)node-module.so

The Script must be moved into the scripts folder in the alt:V Server> CFXServerDattaMaster> Resources. Move the folder found in the downloaded file into the resources folder. The contents of the folder do not need any edits, but it has to be included in the start load Command prompt.

Configuring and Running the Script:

The last step is to set the Script. The task is to open the server.cfg with Notepad or Notepad++. The Scripts can be found in the text group that has “start” labeled. To configure the custom script, it must be added there. Add a new line and type “Start <script name>,” save the file and close.

Once done, load the server. The Script should be automatically loaded in the prompt screen with the others. The Custom script should work like any other scripts with the commands.

How to Install Mods:

Installing mods is quite similar to installing scripts. Unlike other games, however, alt:V server relies heavily on Mods and extensions. Like installing scripts, one will need the mod files to put into the server. All mods, texts, and add-ons are installed using the resources folder. The method is simple:

  1. Find and download the mods required to be installed into the alt:V folder.
  2. Add the folders and files into the Resources folder of alt:V Servers. It is essential to look at the names of the mods being installed. The mods should contain .iua resource files.
  3. Using the Control panel, the next step is to open and edit the file called citmp-server.yml. There should be a line termed “AutoStartResources.” This is the list of the activated mods and plugins of the game. The lines already included are essential mods and plugins, so those are not to be altered.
  4. To add the new downloaded mods, using the same format as the other lines, simply add the name of the mods (The mod will also provide the required steps and instructions in the form of a text file or in the descriptions. The guidelines will give the name needed to be added to the Script).
  5. The last step is to restart the server. Shut down Grand Theft Auto 5 and the server and start it again, and the mod should be working.

How to Install Mods that require MySQL Database

Some Mods need MYSQL database for them to be installed and functioning correctly. Installing mods with My SQL is simple:

  1. Of course, the first step will be to download and install MySQL for alt:V. The Community Edition is most commonly used for the alt:V servers
  2. During the Installation, the Modder will be emailed the MySQL Details. The subject will be called “Database Information.” Four details will be required to be entered into the Mod: Database name, hostname, username, and password.
  3. The next step is to locate the mod folder (this should be found in…/resources/…). This can be done using FTP or the Control panel.
  4. In the Server. Lua file, there will be a line, including the password, username, and database where the information will be entered. Check the documentation of the mod. Some mods also use a config.lua for entering the details.
  5. Some mods require SQL to be run. It is a script which will set up the necessary database tables for the mod. This .sql file can be found in the mod folder, or are available for download on the download page.
  6. Using the MySQL details, log into PHPMyAdmin using the MySQL details. The link will also be included in the Database Information email.
  7. Finally, select the database on the left. In the .sql file, the contents should be copied in the text area. Click “go” on the right side of the page at the bottom.
  8. Finally, restart the server, and it should be working.

If you have any issues modding on our alt:V server hosting plans, feel free to contact us and we’ll do everything in our power to help.

Installing mods is quite similar to installing scripts. Unlike other games, however, alt:V server relies heavily on Mods and extensions. Like installing scripts, one will need the mod files to put into the server. All mods, texts, and add-ons are installed using the resources folder. The method is simple:

  1. Find and download the mods required to be installed into the alt:V folder.
  2. Add the folders and files into the Resources folder of alt:V Servers. It is essential to look at the names of the mods being installed. The mods should contain .iua resource files.
  3. Using the Control panel, the next step is to open and edit the file called citmp-server.yml. There should be a line termed “AutoStartResources.” This is the list of the activated mods and plugins of the game. The lines already included are essential mods and plugins, so those are not to be altered.
  4. To add the new downloaded mods, using the same format as the other lines, simply add the name of the mods (The mod will also provide the required steps and instructions in the form of a text file or in the descriptions. The guidelines will give the name needed to be added to the Script).
  5. The last step is to restart the server. Shut down Grand Theft Auto 5 and the server and start it again, and the mod should be working.

How to Install Mods that require MySQL Database

Some Mods need MYSQL database for them to be installed and functioning correctly. Installing mods with My SQL is simple:

  1. Of course, the first step will be to download and install MySQL for alt:V. The Community Edition is most commonly used for the alt:V servers
  2. During the Installation, the Modder will be emailed the MySQL Details. The subject will be called “Database Information.” Four details will be required to be entered into the Mod: Database name, hostname, username, and password.
  3. The next step is to locate the mod folder (this should be found in…/resources/…). This can be done using FTP or the Control panel.
  4. In the Server. Lua file, there will be a line, including the password, username, and database where the information will be entered. Check the documentation of the mod. Some mods also use a config.lua for entering the details.
  5. Some mods require SQL to be run. It is a script which will set up the necessary database tables for the mod. This .sql file can be found in the mod folder, or are available for download on the download page.
  6. Using the MySQL details, log into PHPMyAdmin using the MySQL details. The link will also be included in the Database Information email.
  7. Finally, select the database on the left. In the .sql file, the contents should be copied in the text area. Click “go” on the right side of the page at the bottom.
  8. Finally, restart the server, and it should be working.

If you have any issues modding on our alt:V server hosting plans, feel free to contact us and we’ll do everything in our power to help.

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