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    Cheating in Black Ops = Punishment?

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    ViralGFX
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    Cheating in Black Ops = Punishment?

    Post  ViralGFX on Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:06 pm

    Anti-cheating measures the most stringent the series has seen
    Call Of Duty: Black Ops' online director Dan Bunting has told NowGamer that the exploitation of glitches to boost XP has "diminished the reputation of the franchise in a lot of people's eyes."
    Bunting insists, however, that anti-cheating measures in Call Of Duty: Black Ops will be the most stringent the COD series has ever seen.
    “Cheating won't pay. It'll just bring down the ban hammer”
    "We have a lot of anti-cheating, anti-boosting stuff going on behind the scenes, so we are monitoring that," Bunting assured us. "We're going to have a very heavy hand in the online security of our game."
    "We're taking it very seriously. We had an engineer dedicated pretty much from the storat of the project to it."
    Cheaters won't be able to hack their hardware to get around this either claims Bunting, "If people hack their hardware, we've got the ability to detect that and report them to Sony or Microsoft."
    So there you have: cheating in Black Ops won't pay. It'll just bring down the ban hammer on you.
    Call Of Duty: Black Ops is out 9 November.

    found off of the official Black Ops Fan Site
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    Re: Cheating in Black Ops = Punishment?

    Post  AoD BearAss on Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:32 am

    ViralGFX wrote:Anti-cheating measures the most stringent the series has seen
    Call Of Duty: Black Ops' online director Dan Bunting has told NowGamer that the exploitation of glitches to boost XP has "diminished the reputation of the franchise in a lot of people's eyes."
    Bunting insists, however, that anti-cheating measures in Call Of Duty: Black Ops will be the most stringent the COD series has ever seen.
    “Cheating won't pay. It'll just bring down the ban hammer”
    "We have a lot of anti-cheating, anti-boosting stuff going on behind the scenes, so we are monitoring that," Bunting assured us. "We're going to have a very heavy hand in the online security of our game."
    "We're taking it very seriously. We had an engineer dedicated pretty much from the storat of the project to it."
    Cheaters won't be able to hack their hardware to get around this either claims Bunting, "If people hack their hardware, we've got the ability to detect that and report them to Sony or Microsoft."
    So there you have: cheating in Black Ops won't pay. It'll just bring down the ban hammer on you.
    Call Of Duty: Black Ops is out 9 November.

    found off of the official Black Ops Fan Site

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