Escape From Tarkov’s cheating problem is so big that people started memeing about it
Battlestate Games’ first-person tactical shooter, Escape From Tarkov, has distanced itself from integrity, becoming a huge mess with a sorrowful gameplay experience. Getting one-tapped in a raid is becoming more frequent, ruining the entertainment to an extent where people started memeing about the anti-cheat once again.
In the TarkovMemes subreddit, people have started a thread elaborating on how bad the Anti-Cheat has been in the past couple of months. Shortly after the wipe, people have been struggling to get a breather due to these issues. The anti-cheat detection always kicks in late, allowing the cheaters to strive within the Norvinsk region for a more extended period before a ban hammer activity is recorded.
One of the people in the subreddit has also explained how the cheaters operate exactly, with the act revealed by the cheater himself. Apparently, they are buying legit but stolen accounts for dirt cheap. Afterward, they sub to a cheating provider, which third-party software grants them the ability of such vigorous acts within Escape From Tarkov. The cheaters then recover their losses in a couple of hours of playing either by selling boosts or items on the RMT black market.
This sickening act is not only disrespectful towards the developer but also towards the whole Escape From Tarkov community, to which it had to respond in this vile way.