Dedicated Server Configuration
In order to run a dedicated server you will need to download SteamCMD from here: https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steamcmd.zip
Paste this into a .txt file (name it OutlawsUpdate for easy reference) and save it wherever you have the steamcmd.exe saved:
// Update Outlaws
@ShutdownOnFailedCommand 1 //set to 0 if updating multiple servers at once
//for servers which don’t need a login
force_install_dir C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Outlaws of the Old West\WindowsServer\
app_update 915070 validate
Make a shortcut to steamcmd
Under properties for it, add this line to the target:
Under compatibility tick the box for run as admin
Then double click your shortcut
Next, open your Outlaws installation location, usually found here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Outlaws of the Old West\WindowsServer
Open a new text document, then copy this:
Start “”/NORMAL “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Outlaws of the Old West\WindowsServer\OutlawsServer.exe” /Game/Maps/MainMap/MainMap -log -port=27374 -queryport=27015 -servername=”OutlawsServer” -PlayerCount=150 -Type=PVP -ServerPassword=”test” -AdminPassword=”testtest”
Save the file in your WindowsServer folder as StartOutlaws.bat, then you are ready to launch your server.
Port: Is the game port, must be unique to each instance on the same machine and public facing
QueryPort: this is the steam query port and must also be unique to each instance on the same machine and public
ServerName: Is the public server name
PlayerCount: This is the server max concurrent player count
Type: The game types: PVP, PVE, RP
ServerPassword: This is the password for password protected servers. Leaving this blank will leave the server open to join with no passwor
There are two.txt files that are gnerated in the saved folder, AdminList.txt and BanList.txt.
The admin list is the next line separated steamids for GMs. The Ban List is also next line seperated SteamIDs that will deny connections.