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Myth of Empires Server Setup Guide

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Creating a Myth of Empire game server is an easy process that can be done from either a dedicated server or your home computer. Alternatively, you can choose a server host that will fit your needs.

Option #1: Renting a Myth of Empire server (see example control panel below!)


Option #2: Creating a Myth of Empire Server From Your Home Computer or Dedicated Server

Server Requirements

Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Server 2016, Server 2019 & 64-Bit

Quad Core processor (requires up to 2 full cores)

Up to 16GB memory (currently uses around 2GB memory)

Setting up a Myth of Empire Dedicated Server

For Myth of Empire the install process is a bit different than other games.
Launch the PrivateServerTool.exe located in (This location will very for each person) C:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Myth of Empire\PrivateServerTool
When you run the tool it will open up an interface to edit the server settings.
Make adjustments to your liking in each tab.
For the ports make sure it is set to a 4 digit set.
Port 8993
Closed Server Port 8994
Head to the Save Console tab and click Save Config and then Start Server
The bat file is now generated for your server. Head back into (This location will very for each person) C:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Myth of Empire\PrivateServerTool
Open the bat file that is now generated and edit the following items:
Multihome= (IPV4 address)
outAddress= (needs to be the public ip address of your server)
You can find these using CMD and googling What is my IP

Launching Dedicated Server

Create a folder on your server/pc (name it what you want)
Head back into your Myth of Empire directory and copy the following folders into the new folder on your desktop
If you are running multiple servers on a single dedicated server box. Edit your bat file and remove the following:
tasklist|find /1 "MOEServer.exe" && exit
With this in the bat file it will check if the exe file is already running and exit if so.
Run the bat file once done to launch the server (Note you may need to port forward)

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