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The Cycle: Frontier Hotfix 1.1.2 Released, Notes Revealed

This patch also intensifies the anti-cheat measures.

Are you having fun in Space Tarkov? Recently, The Cycle: Frontier started facing some difficulties. Some of them related to cheaters, others related to core and unexpected server problems and exploits. This is why Yager had to react and deploy a hotfix, getting rid of all known issues, but also cranking the anti-cheat measures to a whole new level. Hotfix 1.1.2 is deployed, and players should download it ASAP.

The number of people that use third-party software and applications to gain an unfair advantage The Cycle: Frontier is growing. Over the past couple of days, multiple players including streamers have had tons of problems with cheaters. Shocking, instant deaths with low-damage weapons and other unexplainable treacheries have pushed them on the edge. A reason why Yager decided to settle in hard.

Cheaters are one thing, but that’s not the sole reason for this small hotfix. It’s just ruining the gameplay experience for everyone, especially those who have already been spending countless of hours on their path from rags to riches. Below you can find the complete 1.1.2 patch notes.

The Cycle: Frontier Hotfix 1.1.2 Notes

  • Tightened our internal anti-cheat measures
  • Fixed some item exploits
  • Fixed some abusable exploits (e.g. Pickaxe)
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