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Post by Eorl @ 11:03am 27/03/14 | 6 Comments
Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall anti-cheating system, FairFight, is now active on PC, and those caught cheating will be placed in a "cheaters pool" that will limit interactivity to only other cheaters.

As Respawn puts it best in their new FAQ, "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."

Respawn also outlined that if you happen to group up with a friend who isn't quite telling the truth about being banned, you'll be treated as a banned player for that session. Luckily, that only lasts for the session and will not get banned for playing with a cheater. Only cheating will do that.

For those who may have been banned unfairly, you can send of a kind-hearted email to anticheat@respawn.com, though you'll want to make a good case for yourself.

Titanfall is currently available on PC and Xbox One. An Xbox 360 version will be launching sometime in early April.





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Tollaz0r!
Posted 11:17am 27/3/14
It will be interesting if people continue to play in the Cheaters Hell.
infi
Posted 11:29am 27/3/14
this is an awesome idea, like when a troll post gets muted but the poster still thinks it's public.
Arpey
Posted 12:29pm 27/3/14
Rockstar were meant to be doing something like this for Grand Theft Auto Online but I gave up after the umpteenth disconnection.

Did that ever eventuate?
RuleofBooKz
Posted 03:11pm 27/3/14
i like this idea. Would also be good if normal players could join these servers (with optional invulnerability enabled) simply to just "Ha Ha!"
Whoop
Posted 08:36pm 27/3/14
I remember cheat wars back in quake2. A few of us would all run aimbots but leave them off, cheater comes, we all enable aimbots and only go after the cheater, cheater gets the s****, calls us all cheats, ragequits, we turn aimbots off and go back to having actual fun.

Then there was that fun bug where running media player would make you run faster in CS. Ahhhh good times.
WirlWind
Posted 08:16am 28/3/14
Whoop, there was an awesome bug we discovered with one guy at a lan party with a random video card (I don't remember what kind, but it wasn't one of the big two iirc) and some f***ed up drivers.

Basically, it made CS1.6 wireframe. We tried everything, looked through running processes etc and he even reinstalled windows but it kept defaulting to wire-frame.

F***** killed sooooo many people before we just finally told him to buy a real PC and GTFO lol.
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