This is why one of the MANY reasons buying a new, untested product is unwise, but to those who bought some of these recent games like the Division and Black Desert mission accomplished, they got your $ for the cheap and "HACKABLE" product they shipped, and now the process of changing/rebranding another company to repeat the same is in effect.
This reminds me of WOW;WoD latest expansion, which I choose to buy on launch too. After two months the honorbuddy and "kickbot"was strong in this one. People cared less if WOW was bot fest, but the moment that also affected arena and PvP, which is one of the two end game features WOW offers, then many things changed quickly.
Bottom line, for us to see quality delivered to us we have to demand it and there is no better way to demand it than on what and how we spend our only vote that matters, our MONEY. I understand many more than ever want to label their games as "MMO's" these days, because when they use that label, some of the first thing players think of is progression, persistent and a massive world where we can interact with all of the players.
There is no space for cheating in persistent worlds with long term goals players pursue and spend both their time and $ to accomplish.