With over 50 million active players already, the month-old Battle Royale title, Apex Legends, has already seen its fair share of cheaters. However...
Mar 09, 2019
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With over 50 million active players already, the month-old Battle Royale title, Apex Legends, has already seen its fair share of cheaters. However, Respawn Entertainment seems to have a zero-tolerance policy for those looking to try and get by using hacks and unfair methods. They recently announced in a community update that they have banned as many as 355,000 players for cheating on the PC since they released the game. Respawn Entertainment claims that they are currently trying to find ways to make a better anti-cheat system. They’re also looking to see if it’s possible to add a working in-game report system. In their update, the studio’s community manager also addressed that they are also currently working on a solution for the cheat advertisement spam bots that occasionally appear in games. Previously, Respawn Entertainment had worked closely with Nvidia to fix the DXGI ERROR DEVICE HUNG crashes that happened frequently to players running any one of Nvidia’s latest RTX graphics cards. They are also set to work with AMD soon to solve any issues faced by users of AMD graphics cards while playing Apex Legends. Respawn Entertainment were honest and admitted that they have yet to fully identify the exact causes of the game’s numerous crash issues. Hopefully, the rumored crash reporting feature that’s supposedly set to arrive along with the Season 1 update is true as it should prove useful in helping the developers identify and fix some of the rarer issues. Unfortunately, while Respawn Entertainment seems keen on fixing all crashes or disconnections, there aren’t really any leaks, or rumors, or official confirmation that they plan on working on a reconnect option. According to Respawn Entertainment, a reconnection feature is prone to abuse and they’d rather fix stability issues instead.