The first few times I got on, there were quite a few more than nowadays, but just the same, most of them barely were up before being shut down and most that didn't I couldn't connect to, if I recall.
Been considering googling for a Borderlands multiplayer community, but long as I passed here to check the trainers, hope anyone's got some insight or advice into this.
From what I'm reading here, there can't be so few people playing, even if it is only my region.
try to enable the game throue the fire wall and allow it to acsses bouth the internet and the local network.
depent on your rigen it might take some refreshing.
just refresh a couple of time that sould work.
hope i help if you keep getting problems contact me i might have more ideas.
level up when your level is above 10 youll see server with ppl 1-20 (ithink 1-30 1-25 something in thet rigen)
when you level up youll get servers from your level rigen till level 1 hosts.
10|1-25,30-depends on the quests you finished
20|1-35,40-depends on the quests you finished
and so on.
[Edited by ComplaXx, 3/17/2011 2:59:07 AM]
try gameranger its much better +few servers
why not game spy?
[Edited by ComplaXx, 3/17/2011 2:54:23 AM]
I'm too bored with the game itself by now. Only want to quickly get thru the last 2 DLCs, for their stories, then finally uninstall and move on to more recent treasure troves.
I've also since learned the problem might be regarding internet connectivity, indeed. But not just firewall-wise, ports and such. I'm not that comfortable with the 'puter to config ports, though, so I've left it alone. I've already, somewhat, suffered from tampering with a similar setting for another game.
But hey, curiously, the last few times I loaded up the multiplayer lobby, quite a few more games showed up than before. More stable, too.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem