The Isle TIOfficial
The Isle TIOfficial
February 8, 2015
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Starting your own dedicated server
First, you must open ports:


You can find more information about these ports if you go here

You can use this website[] to help port forwarding

Here's how to host your own dedicated server:

right-click The Isle in Steam > Properties > Local Files > Browse Local Files

From there, navigate to The Isle > Binaries > Win64. After opening the Win64 folder, you should see "TheIsle.exe" and "TheIsleServer.exe". Right-click TheIsleServer.exe and create a shortcut. You should then see something like this in the folder[]

Next, right-click the shortcut you just created and select properties. You should see "target" with "G:\Program Files\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\The Isle Demo\TheIsle\Binaries\Win64\TheIsleServer.exe" in the text box.

To make your own serve just add "/Game/Maps/Isle_Mesa?ServerName=Server?MaxPlayers=16 -log" to the end of the target (without the ")

Your Target should then look something like this[]: "G:\Program Files\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\The Isle Demo\TheIsle\Binaries\Win64\TheIsleServer.exe" /Game/Maps/Isle_Mesa_001?ServerName=Server?MaxPlayers=16 -log

map - change the map to the one you want to open (as of now Isle Mesa 001 is the best working
server name - add your server name after the "=" DO NOT use spaces, it will break something player count - base this on your internet, but any number above 0

If you just double click on the exe it will start a background process and you wont see it running. Be sure to keep '-log' if you want to see your server in cmd prompt

*this will only work if you have the demo on steam
Last edited by aphroditeishot; Nov 9, 2015 @ 8:16am
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; cupcake ; Jul 15, 2017 @ 9:12am 
Huuuuuuh? This so old m8
Make a newer version please
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