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DICE Implements New BF3 Anti-Cheating Measures

Jonathan Lester
Battlefield 3, Battlelog, Cheaters, DICE

DICE Implements New BF3 Anti-Cheating Measures

As part of their continuing promise to "take cheating seriously" and wipe out the "disruptive minority" on their servers, DICE has implemented a new system that allows players to report cheaters directly from Battlelog. If you suspect that you've been the victim of cheating or have witnessed some unfair chicanery, you can browse over to the offending player's Battlelog profile page and click the warning triangle in the top right hand corner. From there, you'll be presented with a dialogue screen that allows you to specifically catalogue the "unfair methods" and kick off an investigation. Several hundred cheaters have already been banned and stat-wiped thanks to player reports, and this new system should speed things up immensely.

Full details at the Battlefield blog.

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assvvd  Jan. 12, 2012 at 17:39

I'd like to use a cheat where I can use the circle button to duck instead of the weird control layout they make you use... ;)

Casinodancer  Jan. 13, 2012 at 08:59

How do you report on xbox?

DivideByZero  Jan. 13, 2012 at 12:28

How do people cheat on xbox?

On pc you run patches / programs that can give aimbot or wall hacks... how would you even do that on an xbox?

This more though is another reason why BF3 is far superior to MW3. I got my 1st MVP on a large conquest last night.


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