Battlefield 3 players have been running into some renewed performance issues as of late, ones that are related to the 2011 shooter's third-party anti-cheating software.
Over the past week, a ton of innocent Battlefield 3 gamers have been wrongly banned from the game, the result of a hack movement protesting the use of (ahem) anti-cheat software.
The people at the game-hacking site Artificial Aiming can't stand the anti-cheat service Punkbuster. One of their members is going on the offensive today—aggressively.
I bet you're wondering why no one loves you on the computer version of Battlefield 3. I bet some of you get booted after a couple minutes of play every... single... time... you log into a match. Don't worry it's not personal, it's just a bug.