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Is it possible to create your own server on the Xbox 360?

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No. There is nothing in place (unless I've missed it) to host a game of BF3 on your own server. This is for the best as hosting one's own server opens up the potential for great abuse.

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So there is no way I can play 1v1 ? :( – Render Nov 15 '11 at 15:28
...why would you want to? – Yatrix Nov 15 '11 at 15:32

You can find an empty server sometimes using the server browser, but you need to have 6 players in the server for the match to begin.

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I think he wanted to play a 1v1 for some reason. Maybe he can get 4 people to watch? =) – Yatrix Nov 17 '11 at 16:08
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They have just added dedicated servers for the consoles. You need to pay though ! Its called rent-a-server.

(this is for anyone still interested to know)

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You cannot make your own servers hosted from your local xbox, the reason for this and the six player minimum is because of cheaters. A lot of people stat pad, or find methods of getting points quickly and effortlessly to rank up. It was a massive problem in Battlefield 2 and is still a problem in BF3. EA claims they went through and wiped accounts that showed signs of cheating, but I still see players with rediculous ranks, so they failed.

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