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Granted that someone who spends 10k on a video game should also afford to lose that money. But can you please stop the dramatization of the situation? People everywhere loses jobs every day, it's the way our economy works.Slapshot1188 said:To be clear, in my totally unprofessional view anyone who used a credit card can get a charge back for non delivery of the product purchased. That said, I am not advocating people do that currently. There are real jobs with real families involved. It’s doubtful that they could continue development if they had to refund a significant chunk of their customers.
Its really just a screwed up situation right now.
What he means is that the hacks working on the client will make it look like they work only to the hacker. The rest of the players and the server (the guy in charge) don't see the effect. The result is some bloke who thinks he's flying around but instead his model is actual running on the ground.Ungood said:No, in competitive PvP games, cheaters ruin the game for everyone.Tamanous said:Most of that stuff won't work due to the physics in the game being controlled completely server side. Beyond that they tackle anything else as best they can like any developer does.Ungood said:I am wondering what they plan to do about hack programs, or will this be another Aim Bot/Cheat Overlay clustershitfest.
Any client hack will make that player see things but any other player and the server won't so the cheater is just ruining his own game play.