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‘Titanfall’ developer responds to aim bots, hacks and other cheating methods

‘Titanfall’ developer responds to aim bots, hacks and other cheating methods
‘Titanfall’ developer responds to aim bots, hacks and other cheating methods
Electronic Arts

Respawn Entertainment has provided a quickly response in regards to cheating in the recently-released PC and Xbox One video game, “Titanfall.” According to a report from Softpedia on March 13, the development team revealed that they have already found “cheaters” in the multiplayer-focused first-person shooting video game.

The studio is currently creating a log and will be taking action in the near future. You can find a few screens from the multiplatform software product with the slideshow gallery located to the left side of this article and the comments from the studio below:

Finding cheaters in Titanfall? So are we. We're logging them now and they will be rooted out shortly.

Respawn Entertainment went on to confirm that some players are using aim bots and other hacks in order to gain a competitive advantage over others. The company did not reveal how the cheaters will be punished, however. In other competitive first-person shooters, those who get caught exploiting the games are often temporarily suspended or permanently banned by the development teams.

“Titanfall” was originally released for the PC and Xbox One on March 11. The video game supports 12-player battles in a large battlefield filled with giant walking machines and non-playable characters. Users can also move around the environment using jetpacks and other abilities that increase mobility. The same software product is due to come out in several weeks on March 25 for the Xbox 360 current-generation platform.