Apex Legends is a very good real battle, but like so many popular online games, it has a problem with cheaters. Go to Apex subredit and you can find all sorts of complaints about players breaking the rules instead of competing fairly; in recent months, the game has also been struggling with DDoS issues. Fortunately, Respawn said on Twitter today that he "pursues several options to crack down on deceptions."
These options include:
- Hire more people to strengthen their ability to manually ban cheaters
- Development of new tools to automatically detect and stop DDoS attacks
- Look for new ways "to catch and remove cheats from games faster"
“Playing against cheaters sucks,” he replies he tweeted. "We will keep you updated as we submit previous changes and pursue new ones."
The Respawn team is looking for several options to crack traps at @playapex: ⚒️ Hire more people to focus on manual bans🔧 Develop more tools to automatically detect and stop DDOS attacks🛑 Investigate ways to catch and eliminate more quickly cheats gamesJune 28, 2021
As the updates go, there really isn’t much to see, especially when compared to the detailed updates and anti-cheating reports of games like Call of Duty: Warzone and Rainbow Six Siege. But that doesn’t reflect Respawn’s lack of aggression when dealing with cheaters: in March he threw the hammer at more than 700 high-ranking Apex players, including more than 180 in the Diamond and Predator, the first two occupy the competitive position of Apex Legends and in May warned that players who exploit a "ghost rock" bug are a forbidden offense.
Apex’s recent rise in popularity (thanks in part to season 9 being a lot of fun) makes it a bigger goal than ever for cheaters looking for an easy win, and Respawn will have to make the effort to stay afloat. per day.