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    Personally I'd rather have to give up drinking Mountain Dew forever than let a known cheater continue playing.

    I'll happily have them banned faster than Doc Brown can have a vision of the Flux Capacitor.
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    Thank you GRO/Ubisoft Dev team for announcing this just last night I experienced what I thought to be a hack because a player on the other team got 45/3 K/D for 5 matches IN A ROW and looking at the average ammount of kills from people i've played with it seems that 45/3 K/D ratio is neigh ompossible on skill alone

    Anyway KUDOS TO UBISOFT FOR THE FAST RESPONCE TO HACKERS

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    From my experience as an administrator of CS, CS:Source, DoD, DoD:Source and other Valve based FPS games i'd like to recommend a few of the things that made me able to catch and ban cheaters.

    Spectator Mode - 100% nescessary to be able to be in a possible cheaters shoes and watch what exactly they're doing, where they are aiming, what they are looking at and where their shots are going when they are firing.

    Demo Recording - Being able to record someone for a length of time and then review it for cheats, or showing it to other experiences administrators so that we have a team recognizing the cheating and then agreeing to have the person banned for it.

    Private Messaging Administrators - Something like @ symbol in front of text to have it sent only to server admins and be blocked from being seen by other players so that people can report to admins suspected cheating or abuse.

    An admin can then connect to the server, join spectator mode, record a demo, punish the person, and submit the demo as evidence.

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    I am glad to see that you are taking an aggressive stance against cheaters. I just hope now that this has been announced there won't be a lot of people calling good players cheaters.

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    I would like something that can identifuy you as a non-cheater, there is a lot of good players who flanks and racks a bunch of kill because the other team sucks. I am not so much of that kind yet but I have been called cheater because the other guy is just a bad baaaad player. His emotions takes over, bringing him on the darkside, creating a Troll of him and becoming an even worst player because he rolls on rage and he looses control.

    Now that I think of it maybe this is how cheaters are born.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quitis View Post
    From my experience as an administrator of CS, CS:Source, DoD, DoD:Source and other Valve based FPS games i'd like to recommend a few of the things that made me able to catch and ban cheaters.

    Spectator Mode - 100% nescessary to be able to be in a possible cheaters shoes and watch what exactly they're doing, where they are aiming, what they are looking at and where their shots are going when they are firing.

    Demo Recording - Being able to record someone for a length of time and then review it for cheats, or showing it to other experiences administrators so that we have a team recognizing the cheating and then agreeing to have the person banned for it.

    Private Messaging Administrators - Something like @ symbol in front of text to have it sent only to server admins and be blocked from being seen by other players so that people can report to admins suspected cheating or abuse.

    An admin can then connect to the server, join spectator mode, record a demo, punish the person, and submit the demo as evidence.
    Great ideas but still would be hard to do with limited staff.

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    Cheats already and the game isn't even officially out?!?

    Cheaters accounts should be deleted, the account holders hung upside down by their toenails and publicly flogged.

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    I feel very worried with the direction the "40+ kills like it's nothing" thing is going. Especially considering I have footage of it Q_Q


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    Personally I like the idea of being able to record demos... loved that feature in CoD4.

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