How to Play Garena's Point Blank Using WTFast

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Ferdian Alfianto

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Because the Point Blank license for the Indonesian territory is already held by Gemscool, Garena is automatically prohibited from accepting players from IP Indonesia. Yes, Garena blocks connections from IP Indonesia that point to their Point Blank servers. To outsmart in order to play, we need a third party, like a VPN, or a proxy or SSH Tunnel. From what I have tried, the one that can successfully connect is by using WTFast. Here's the tutorial.

First, we download the WTFast trail installer for 30 days here. Then run the installer. After the WTF interface appears, in the "Game" column, select "Custom Game", and press the "Add" button.

On the column Name, fill in the name of the game to be run. Here I write the name "Point Blank Garena". Then on the column Game executable file, select file PointBlank.exe whose location is in the folder \ PB \ GameData \ Apps \ PB \ PointBlank.exe folder.

Then tick Run with Launcher. Then press the Browse button and select the file PBLauncher.exe the one in the folder \ PB folder \ PBLauncher.exe. When finished, press the OK button. See the image below for details. pb3   Then in the Server column, select "Singapore (Choose Best)". See the picture below. pb4

UPDATE (11/01/2014): To get the WTF server with the best ping from our connection, press the button "Sort by Ping", And WTF will display the server list with the ping results. The smaller the ping value, the better our connection to the server. See the picture below:



Garena's Point Blank is ready to run! Just click the button Play!, then login Garena Messenger, and run Point Blank Garena. The following is a screenshot of Garena's Point Blank display. pb1 pb2


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