Escape From Tarkov and BattlEye ban 2,000 more cheaters

2000 more sad souls have been added to the wall of shame.

Escape From Tarkov, the popular online shooter game, has recently banned more than 2,000 cheaters. The game developer Battlestate Games made the announcement and attributed the successful ban wave to the support of BattlEye anti-cheat software. As per current practice, Battlestate Games has started sharing all the banned accounts within a public Google Spreadsheet.

Has BattlEye finally awakened? Recent bans seem to be a cause of BattlEye and its efforts, for which Battlestate Games is thankful. The announcement for this ban wave has been shared on Escape From Tarkov’s official Twitter profile.

Cheating has been a persistent issue in Escape From Tarkov, with players using a variety of hacks and exploits to gain an unfair advantage over others. Battlestate Games has taken strict measures against cheaters, using BattlEye anti-cheat software to detect and ban players engaging in suspicious activity.

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