Home

Jul 25, 2019

See what Respawn will do with the cheaters in Apex Legends


A creative method of knocking down cheats.

A creative method of knocking down cheats.

Some will always use sneaky methods to cheat in games. It's a shame because it destroys the fun of everyone else.

Fortunately, it seems that gaming studios and developers are taking the issue more seriously now than before. Recently, we could write that Blizzard will implement a new measure to stop the cheaters - battles that become subject to cheating will automatically end. Only the cheater is punished - honest players will not lose SR points when the match ends, Blizzard promises.

Must taste their own medicine
But what about Apex Legends? This game is also plagued by countless cheaters. Now Respawn has announced a new system that will make these players taste their own medicine.

The company reveals that a new anti-cheating tool involves matchmaking between cheaters and spam accounts. Thus, in these battles, cheaters are forced to play against each other.

New AI system
Respawn is also working on a new AI system that can detect and automatically ban cheaters. The same system should also ensure that spam accounts are banned before use.

The company also considers some regions as more at risk for cheating, and in these regions, users have to legitimize themselves using two-factor authentication, writes Respawn in a post on Reddit.

"As we have said before, the fight against cheaters is still ongoing, and this fight has a high priority for us. Will always be work to do, improvements to make, and new things to adapt to, ”the company writes.

What are you thinking about Respawn's anti-junk action?

Category: General
Posted by: Admin
authorarticle: Master3395
apex-screenshot-world-overview.jpg.adapt_.crop16x9.818p-1280x720.jpg
video: 
youtube: 
sources: Reddit
keywords: Cheating, Overwatch, Games

Comments:

comments powered by Disqus

Return
Discord

Page 1 of 480  >  >>

Microsoft offers workaround to mitigate the IE Scripting Engine Memory Corruption Vulnerability

ie_11_logo.jpg

Jan 19, 2020 | Category: Microsoft | Comments

Clément Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group reported about an IE vulnerability that allowed remote execution of code via Internet Explorer.

read more…

Steam on the way to Chromebooks, but is there any point?

chrome_os_steam_hero_more_like.png

Jan 18, 2020 | Category: General | Comments

Google works with Valve.

read more…

Emotet Malware Targeted United Nations Via Phishing Attack

Cloudmark_Takes_Aim_at_Spear_Phishing_with_‘Trident’_Security_Solution_1132x670_800x445.jpg

Jan 17, 2020 | Category: General | Comments

As reported, a phishing attack targeted United Nations with Emotet malware. The dedicated email phishing campaign targeted 600 UN email addresses.

read more…

Page 1 of 480  >  >>