The Division’s post-pandemic streets are about to get a lot less forgiving for cheaters. The game’s developers say that starting now, anyone using cheat software will be banned forever, no second chances.
Last month, Blizzard promised to ban anybody who cheats in Overwatch, no second chances. It looks like they’re following through.
The beta period for Blizzard’s team-based shooter, Overwatch, has ended, with the game formally launching on May 24. In the meantime, they’ve released guidelines on how they’re going to handle cheating, including a warning warning about the game’s best players.
Dark Souls 3 PC has a big cheating problem, and it’s not getting better. PC players were furious this weekend, as a hacker spent hours streaming while they pulled players into their game and immediately killed them.
LMAOBOX is the most prolific Team Fortress 2 cheat program. Or at least, it was.
Dark Souls 3 is excellent on PC, but it’s a haven for cheaters. From Software’s solution seems to be blaming the fans who love their game.
From Software is cracking down on cheaters in Dark Souls 3, but as with previous Dark Souls games, it appears to be impacting innocent bystanders.
Services that sell game-breaking cheats are no secret; many multiplayer games, from Counter-Strike to GTA V, have their share of dishonest players. And, as it turns out, the people providing these cheats are rolling in the dough.
Counter-Strike has a cheating problem. One player decided to do something about it. Something, shall we say, creative.
Cheaters are the worst. In Team Fortress 2, they use illicit programs to emulate near-perfect aim. That does not, however, mean they’re untouchable.
In two words: pure chaos. It’s hilarious.
Lets say you’re playing a video game and you encounter a teammate who is very obviously cheating—we’re talking, impossible headshots, the ability to see through walls, the works. What do you do?
A couple days ago, the Team Fortress 2 community came across a video of a notorious hacker getting a taste of his own medicine. They were ecstatic. Responses ranged from “serves him right” to “fuck that guy.”
If you were playing a brutally difficult game and someone gave you a powerful sword, you’d pick it up and use it, right? If you do that in Dark Souls 2, however, that might corrupt your save and get you banned. Hackers have been doing this for years, and there’s little you can do about it.
Invisible, Inc. is a game that is all about secrecy and hacking. Fitting, then, that one of its achievements can only be nabbed if players mess around with the game’s files.
Sometimes, you have no choice but to fight fire with fire.
23,837 players were banned on Monday for cheating in H1Z1. Some players want to come back, but there’s a price tag for grace: you have to publicly admit you cheated and apologize.
Here is a look at just how ridiculous the cheating situation on GTA Online can become.