Tuesday, August 4, 2015
It is annoyed but very often video game publishers limit, restrict or block players in a certain geographical region from accessing the games they bring for public sale. To bypass the regional blocks of games, we'll need a VPN. We're just using it to trick Origin into thinking we live where we don't.
It's a well-known fact that all the game players have a big confrontation with not being able to play games they like because the game publisher is blocking certain country or IP. The game access blocking take place because there are local publishers operating and representing the game in a certain region or country. In order to play games from anywhere in the world using any international servers, players need a VPN. With VPN service you will create yourself a tunnel where you can play limitless private games on a simulated local area networks with international players.
If you're in a zone that's enter into a day among the earliest, congratulations! If you're not, then - even if the game's pre-loaded, and players in other countries are playing in - it won't allow you into the game. You need to wait more hours or days because the release time of your country haven't reached. Use VPN to hide your IP and location. The outside world will see only VPN server's IP address and location - never yours. This way it gives the possibility to access the game just like the player would be in unrestricted geographical region.
Put simply, a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together over a public network - namely, the internet. A VPN can make it seem like you are in another country, so you can unlock services and games that are normally blocked.