I don't play drop-ins, but the input delay also happens in 1s, which is a similar concept. I have no clue what setting my club server to "Central" would do considering I'm closest to East and get the lowest ping on East. They're club search games, and I've played on East, Central, and Northeast -- whatever the search dictates. My ping is 18-30 between all 3 servers: I'm almost equidistant. The massive input delay is pervasive between all 3. No other game gives me this issue. I'm sorry, but it's some issue with the servers and not a matter of club region.
November 2021 - last edited November 2021 by EA_Blueberry
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I downloaded the PingPlotter, for those who suggested it, but I have no clue what IP to type in.
Online Versus uses a peer to peer connection. This means you or your opponent are the host. If either of you has a bad connection, both will feel it. For example, if your opponent is on a wireless connection, that will be felt by both players. HUT and EASHL use dedicated servers. Those are typically going to give a better connection. Except in the case where you're playing someone through a P2P connection that is very close and both players have good connections. If you're in a location far from a dedicated server, this can give a better connection since the distance to a dedicated server is going to be farther away.
Xbox series X
Verizon Fios 300/300mbs AND Comcast 200mbs
Input delay in hut and world of chel (I don’t normally play world of chel but tested a couple of games)