How to create a server in Krunker

Krunker is well known for being a relatively inexpensive shooter for the player’s account. The browser-based free game, with minimal system requirements and admirable performance on weaker systems, also includes a built-in, free server hosting system.

To start

From the main menu, the player can select Host Game on the bottom left. This button presents the player with a triple option for the type of game they want to host.


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This option simplifies the server setup process, primarily based on the commonly accepted competitive Krunker meta. The card pool in this competitive mode is limited to five. Clicking on any or all of these cards’ portraits will enable them for server rotation.

  • Sandstorm
  • brushwood
  • Lumber
  • To place
  • office

Additionally, players can make minor tweaks to features such as squad sizes, class limits, number of rounds, and round durations, giving hosts a little wiggle room when it comes to how their competitive Krunker is played.

Related: How to Join a Clan in Krunker


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Less restrictive than their competing counterparts, custom games allow their hosts to change virtually everything about the server they’re about to play on. This is probably the go-to option for casual gamers looking to host their ideal Krunker game.

Rather than focusing on a competitive style of play, Custom Games opts to let hosts select any or all of Krunker’s 25 game modes, from first-person shooters like Gun Game and Kill Confirmed, to mini-games. games like Prop Hunt and Simon Says.

Additionally, the host can disable any of the 15 player classes, if their attributes are not conducive to the current gameplay. For example, slow classes like the Rocketeer could be disabled on servers with movement-based game modes like Race or Parkour.

Additionally, hosts have the power to change the stats of any weapon, class, or effect in their game. per shot, this is the perfect environment to test these settings. With no restrictions in the card pool, custom decks allow any combination of the official 19-card deck.


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While custom server settings allow hosts to play their favorite game, that game ends abruptly once the host disconnects, starting all other players on the server and closing it until that host returns to the Game.

To counter this shutdown, Krunker provides commendable dedicated servers that can, for the cost of several thousand Krunkies, host a particular game and set of rules 24 hours a day for over 30 days.