The struggle between cheaters and game developers or rather publishers will probably never end. Since a year dot, gaming companies such as Valve, Activision and Electronic Arts have tried in a variety of ways to ban troublemakers from their games. In most cases this has amounted in blockings of accounts. The makers of "Titanfall" have gone a different and unusual way which has received massive sympathy. Respawn Entertainment has announced that they are going to exile cheaters who were and still are occupied with PC to isolated servers. Those people will be able to play, but with one exception: The enemies will also be using aimbots and other tools. On the official webpage
of the title, those responsible have described the anticheat program as follows:
"You can play with other banned players in something that will resemble the Wimbledon of aimbot contests. Hopefully the aimbot cheat you paid for really is the best, or these all-cheater matches could be frustrating for you. Good luck."
If a player is located in a party with non-cheater players and has been banned from regular servers because of using unauthorized tools, it isn't possible to participate in normal matches. Should you have been punished unjustly, you can contact the "Titanfall" support via [email protected]
Now it's your turn; share your opinion! A large part of players is overenthusiastic and praises Respawn Entertainment. What do you think about the described actions of the developers - a heart for cheaters?