Battlestate Games detects and bans new wave of subscription-based EFT cheats

It was about time we see an announcement of this caliber. Cheaters endure way too long in the hardcore first-person shooter Escape From Tarkov. Luckily for the community, today, Battlestate Games and BattlEye have found a way to detect and ban some of the most advanced EFT cheats, resulting in plenty of customers being banned.

Previously, Battlestate Games was transparent regarding bans deployed in Escape From Tarkov. This time around, the report comes from the Anti-Cheat Police Department, a Twitter profile covering anti-cheat activities in numerous games. Recently, this lad has been invading the discord channels of those selling cheats for Escape From Tarkov, and today discovered something priceless.

The bans have been settled by BattlEye, Escape From Tarkov’s only anti-cheat system. The images posted by Anti-Cheat Police Department can be found below.

BattlEye did the riddance, and the anti-cheat seems slightly more invasive in the new patch.

With the realism level introduced in a video game such as Escape From Tarkov, a more rigorous fight against cheaters is mandatory. Thankfully, today’s info can be a positive surprise to all the committed players and fans of this tactical shooter.

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