Escape From Tarkov bans 700 more cheaters and shames them publicly

Escape From Tarkov, the popular online shooter game, has continued to take a strong stance against cheaters, with an additional 700 players being banned over the last few days. The new bans were announced by the game developer, Battlestate Games, who also shared the names of the banned players in a publicly accessible Google Sheet.

The announcement arrived from the official Escape From Tarkov Twitter profile, with a link leading to the Google spreadsheet.

The use of cheats and exploits has been a persistent issue in Escape From Tarkov, with cheaters often ruining the gameplay experience for honest players. Battlestate Games has been working hard to combat cheating in the game, using tools like the BattleEye anti-cheat system to detect and ban players engaging in suspicious activity.

The decision to publicly name and shame the banned players is a bold move and one that has been praised by many in the gaming community. By doing so, Battlestate Games sends a clear message that cheating will not be tolerated in Escape From Tarkov, and that the developers are committed to creating a fair and enjoyable gaming experience for all players.

Overall, the continued efforts by Battlestate Games to combat cheating in Escape From Tarkov are commendable, and the addition of 700 more cheaters to the public Google Sheet is a clear signal that the developers are committed to keeping the game fair and enjoyable for all players.

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Angel Kicevski

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One Comment

  1. This isn’t enough, they need to bring strong legal pressure down on the creators of the mods, like what Rockstar has done in the past. That alone still won’t be enough but they need to do more things like this. One step isn’t enough.

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