Max Payne 3 Developers Pit Cheaters Against One Another
No one likes a cheater, and Max Payne 3 developer Rockstar is no exception. To combat a string of game-altering hacks in multiplayer matches, the company has devised a clever solution to shut down players using “nefarious methods.”
“Anyone found to have used hacked saves, modded games, or other exploits to gain an unfair advantage in Max Payne 3 Multiplayer, or to circumvent the leader-boards will be quarantined from all other players into a ‘Cheaters Pool,’ where they’ll only be able to compete in multiplayer matches with other confirmed miscreants,” Rockstar posted yesterday on their website.
But cheaters won’t necessarily sport a scarlet C forever; admins may forgive some gamers of their offenses and allow them to play once more with the honest people. A second offense, however, will result in the full power of Rockstar’s banhammer through indefinite expulsion.
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