Halo: Reach

Bungie sperrt 15'000 Spieler

News Roger

Es gibt nichts Schlimmeres als Cheater in Multiplayer-Games. Diese Meinung teilt auch Bungie mit uns. Der Entwickler hat bereits über 15'000 Spieler aus "Halo: Reach" ausgesperrt, da diese über einen Exploit ungerechtfertigt an InGame Credits kamen.

Spieler welche sich die Credits ungerechtfertigerweise angeeignet haben wurden für einen Tag aus dem Online-Modus ausgesperrt und die Credits wieder entfernt.

Wie Bungie bekannt gab, müssen Cheater mit weiteren "Banns" rechnen.

Die offiziellen Statements von Bungie:

Specifically, we targeted an exploit that allowed players to complete a Challenge 20+ times via intentional network manipulation (i.e., disconnects)Spot checks have revealed the tell-tale signature of this behaviour on every denier so far, so don't be fooled by the protests of innocence. We aren't.We are in the process of applying credit resets to approximately 15,000 users who we have identified as the most egregious Challenge Reset abusersA one day credit earning ban has also been applied, mostly to ensure that recipients receive an in-game notification of the action taken.As with any such measure, we have taken the time to carefully select our criteria to eliminate false positivesA more comprehensive pass will be occurring in the coming week as our automated Banhammer mechanisms grow accurate enough to satisfy our high bar for burden of proof. If you are thinking about getting an easy 50k credits by using this exploit, I would strongly advise you to reconsider."