If you needed further proof that cheating doesn’t pay, here is another instance. Ubisoft has warned that the April update for The Division, which arrives next week, is going to feature a new player reporting system that will notify Ubisoft about players creating problems for everybody else and players who are cheating.
Cheaters ruin it for everyone after all. Players found cheating will be permanently banned.
For your first offense, you will be handed a three-day suspension. If you still don’t learn and continue to cheat and are caught for the second time, you might be permanently banned. Ubisoft won’t even give you a third chance. You have been warned. Ubisoft already has cheat detection systems on their servers but that doesn’t completely cure the problem. Players also report other players who are cheating and this lets the company know who to go after.
When the next update arrives on April 12th, players on PC can flag an account for Ubisoft to investigate by typing /report in the chat. Right now, this feature has only been announced for the PC. It may be coming for other platforms. Sometimes what you think is another player cheating might be due to the power gap between players. So don’t abuse this.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Gaming News