within the subreddit dedicated to Apex Legends, Respawn has published his latest "check-in" on the game. In the post we note some things that the software house is examining, but the most interesting thing is related to the use of Easy-Anti-Cheat, system that has brought to the ban of over 355.000 cheaters on PC.
Here is what Respawn wrote:
The system works but the fight against the cheaters is a war and we will need to continue to adapt and be very vigilant in the fighting. We take cheaters seriously and take a deep concern about the status of Apex Legends.
Respawn is enlarging the dedicated team and is also planning to add a reporting function, which is actually still missing in the game. Apparently he is also aware of the problem of spammers during character selection and is working on a solution.
Respawn will work with AMD next week to address stability and performance issues.
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