I mean shit, some of their citizens study abroad and would like to play with their friends back home with shitty dorm wifi! However I also make a point of telling managers when their employees do a superior job, and I don't hesitate to praise a product when I like it, I don't complain just for laughs. Have an alt account for csgo prime myself with a 10 min number etc. As well as auto selecting your region, it places those with similar pings together. Bluehole also talked about banning innocent players. As Chinese players, we can do very little about those cheating behaviors, so do all players from other place. We can only hope Bluehole will fix them soon in a more efficient way. As you say, it's downright bizarre that they can't see that a player at the top of the leaderboard with a kill-death ratio of 165 to 1 is probably not legit.
We're all aware that the majority of Chinese players aren't cheaters and most would assume that they share a dislike of cheaters. It's been brought up again and again and again. Kindly area restrict chinese people and stop them from entering in English speaking servers. I would still argue that your gaming experience with Chinese player no matter they cheat or not might not be good, but the real problem, the very root is how BlueHole will ban those cheaters and try to make this game impossible to hack. The Chinese government has warned Chinese companies not to battle royal games. This can ensure that other players won't have to mingle with the Chinese gang-ups and that they can enjoy the game to the fullest.
That's what is happening now. Or are you suggesting that these players are banned from playing above a certain ping? It's going to be simplified so should still be easy to understand while the principles are all still valid. Lo hice, son irrelevantes para lo que he dicho. They just made up of a tiny amount of Chinese players and you saw them just because they appeared to be conspicuous in these shirts. The funny part about this is: No one thinks he is innocent.
Which is that it's an entire culture of hackers that flood the gaming scene in China cafe's and the like. Sort it out, the game is ruined, stop just thinking about making money all the time. I dont know what is so hard for you to understand here - when game would kick anyone with his ping above certain point. And this forums - everyone who says something pretty much meaningful suddenly dissapears. Do you really think Chinese players go to other servers because they need better connectivity issue? It's because Asia server has the most hackers out of all servers.
They should simply incorporate region locking, that is hardly unfair or anything. Here is an analogy: which is going to take less time? But now, while the hacker issue is still losing control, a banned streamer magically got unbanned. I'm simply trying to find out why we are still dealing with this issue. It can't be just a whim, there has to be some necessity to it. Do you not see the contradiction here? I just don't want 'fear of being racist' cloud what's simply true.
Has nothing to do with xenophobia as much as it does with recognizing clear objective differences between countries and cultures although I don't doubt racism factors into it for some. For more on this subject, read our investigations into , and in multiplayer games. Why would we restrict them from playing on servers? The map is desert based, but it has a lot of stuff. There are countless complaints against Chinese hackers in the game, still Bluehole is being ignorant to this. There are countless complaints against Chinese hackers in the game, still Bluehole is being ignorant to this.
This is hardly a difficult task. The region has seen a significant surge in player numbers recently, which may be part of the reason for the high number of cheaters. Set it too low and you will get a lot of alse positives. And then there is that great new anti-cheat they said went live not long ago. Steam was always available, globally, however Chinese players had no viable payment methods in which to purchase games. The majority of the bans have come from China, where the game is booming in popularity. If I buy a product that doesn't work or hire someone to do a job and they mess it up, I'm going to say something.
It was very early the games development. The thread is also predictably salted with racial slurs, so exercise whatever cautions you feel appropriate before clicking. We don't have separate servers and when we login to Asian servers, we are forcefully matched with Chinese hackers. It was sold over 5 million copies there and the best-selling game so far in China. With how difficult it is to do anything internet related in China. I state how net cafes around the world work, and then you tell me I'm wrong but don't back it up at all. Moreover, Tencent has the help of Chinese police to find, ferret out and bust the underground rings behind the bots.