Game Developer Company, Ubisoft, previously announced to the public its action against cheaters for "For Honor". It was back in February when Ubisoft banned a total of 400 players using cheat codes or custom-made programs in For Honor. Today, the company once again announced additional 1,500 cheaters in For Honor.
With the use of a program dubbed as EasyAntiCheat, Ubisoft continuously scans For Honor servers to detect players who use cheat codes nor custom-made programs to their advantage. Apparently, the goal of Ubisoft is to promote balanced gameplay to every player, and by this, Ubisoft reminded players with its community values on Reddit.
"Fight, win and lose with Honor. Support your teammates. Respect your opponents and other community members, inside and outside the game. Share your experience, share tips and hints, spread the word! Looking forward meeting you all on the battlefields!"
According to PlayStation Life, Ubisoft took actions against players who are "away-from-keyboard" farmers or those who apply rubber-banding controller sticks to reap the game's rewards without actually playing continuously. Following a written warning stating the sanction given and the reason behind the banning, Ubisoft finally banned 1,500 cheaters for three days.
Also, reports claim that Ubisoft has around 4,000 cheaters more detected and will be followed up with a written warning. Players who have been caught will receive a three-day ban as a temporary sanction, but once caught again, Ubisoft will permanently ban the player. To raise awareness regarding this grave issue, Ubisoft advice to receive For Honor's Code of Conduct. For more details about Ubisoft's security procedures and anti-cheat act, check out their support page.
Well, you have been warned! Ubisoft is serious about his case. What are your thoughts about Ubisoft's action against cheaters? Share it in the comments section below, and stay tuned for more news and updates.