- Scammers corrupt Finals Ranked matches
- There were several videos about such cases
- Embark Studios has promised to fix the issue
Just a few days ago, we reported on the incredible success of Embark Studios' free-to-play shooter, which arrived almost under the radar (specifically, it was announced during The Game Awards), Finals, an enticing first-person shooter with destructible environments, fast-paced matches and smooth action, played by more than 10 million people in two weeks. So far, the program that puts teams of 3 players in a battle line is very popular among users, but more and more people are making their voices heard because cheaters are spoiling the gaming experience – this is an especially pressing problem in the case of ranked matches. For example, one Reddit user lured into his trap a hacker with the promise of a purchase, who wanted to demonstrate what the product on sale could do with the following image sequences:
As the attached figure shows, our man fired blindly and eliminated his opponents, who probably did not even know where the “blessing” came from. the FinalsUnfortunately, there is no kill camera (at least for now), so it is not possible to see how we bite the grass, so it is difficult to determine whether we are really dealing with a cheater. Of course, there are obvious cases, for example, this clip posted eight days ago clearly shows what it's like to be on the other side of a scam.
Naturally, Embark Studios knows this too, as the team indicated in a statement a few days ago that it is unable to effectively ban cheaters due to a technical glitch, but in the future, experts will use all their power to clean up the program from those who play unfairly. Users. Unfortunately, the subject of our news is not the only one suffering from such problems, as he has been for the past few weeks Call of duty– The series has also eliminated more than 23,000 cheaters, thanks to its ever-improving Ricochet technology. Of course, with the development of anti-fraud programs, the frauds themselves have become more complex, so unfortunately it is not possible to eliminate them completely, but we do a good job even if at least some of them fall into the filter.