So what im saying is i always find cheaters that have like 1000, 2000 or more kills and they are still not banned, so it's clear for me that EA dosen't take cheaters very seriously, yeah sure they say they do but it's not the case.
They said they were banning cheaters hardware so they can't create future accounts on origin but there are still more cheaters than ever, just today i played 3 matches and on 2 of them i were killed by a cheater, i spectated their respective games and it was clear to me they were cheating, one of them was landing pure headshots with wingman, the other one knew the location of every enemy plus aim-lock.
I love this game but ill have to go back to single player games
If I was to play devils advocate, I can understand why Respawn wouldn’t make PC issues a priority either. I feel I may attract some strongly worded replies, but it kind of makes sense from a business prospective if you look at it this way.
So I have no evidence or stats or sources to validate what I’m about to say but I’ve pretty much always assumed the PC player community is considerably smaller than console players when it comes to online BR games?
So if the console gaming community has the bigger player base and generates a considerable more amount of money why would Respawn make any of these PC issues a priority?