Live admin and actually follow up on reports.EA should pay for people to actually monitor games/servers. They can afford it.I get the feeling when I spectate, record and report players that are obviously cheating my report is ignored.
Please; only add a "vote kick" for all servers. It is enough.
Anonymous source: they found a way to bypass the aimbot detection since last month.I don't know if it's true, but it would certainly explain the strong increase in obvious aimbotters succesfully avoiding detection.I think you are right on that one. Last few days playing Operations was almost impossible. Cheaters with KD 321:0 and these guys are still playing as if totally undetected
if they dont do something they can say goodbye to their franchise
Guy I reported probably a couple of weeks ago just joined one of 2 full Operations servers and ruined it. There is something that I needed cleared up that I just can't put together: So you are told to report cheaters by going to their Origin profile / Report etc, but when you speak to EA Support Service, they pretty much state up front that basically they have no power to do anything. So where do these reports go then if not to that very Support? Who is actually in charge of QA? Does it say anywhere on the store page; warning there will be cheaters and we won't do anything about it?
Fade_The_Shadow said:Who made the games? Who runs the servers? Who is responsible for it all?? EA and DICE......Yet you seem to imply that I am being foolish or some sort of crybaby.Obviously, you understand **** all. It's their responsibility to ensure the safety, protection and stability within their communities and games. As far as I see it, they don't and never will. I just wanted to let off some steam, even though I know it's of no effect. Never has been, never will be. But at least I will tiny bit better.
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