1 man monitoring every platform manually banning?
Getting 100's if not thousands of twittter messages plus in game report featured players. Yea not a single man on this earth could handle that. I am glad they took a leap in right direction to help stop cheaters but 1 guy just isnt enough to need a entire team of staff on this. We cant wait months for a report to finally be looked into when they have climbed even higher in ranks or pushing people in ranked.
I hope he can even handle the job be the biggest job of the company being alone. Just being a analyst ect myself its just not something i feel a single person could remotely fathom of doing on their own.
@DreamStare07 No my dude. I cooked the hardware good and proper lol.
The power would cycle through, it would make angry noises at me and then turn itself off. XD
I did try leaving it for a few days to dry out but the damage was done lol.
@MandatoryIDtag There is no respective reporting system for the PlayStation 4. You can only report DM content as far as I am aware: no in-game way to report cheaters.
With cross-play Apex Legends better add their own tool to report players, and for things other than exploiting.
I've submitted many reports on the easy.ac site with direct links to uploaded Youtube clips.
Guess what? Those clips have 0 views. WTF?
If the devs aren't even watching edited, short clips of blatant aimbotters, you can be DAMN sure they are doing LITERALLY nothing with in-game reports.
@SpelunkyMunkey Yes, I know, but Respawn is planning to do more on the topic of cheat prevention
And easy.ac is the website for Apex's anti-cheat. If you submit a report it's supposed to be about a cheat program. The reports are not monitored by Respawn and EA as far as I am aware.