Halo Reach Cheaters Already Spoiling The Fun
The game was only released earlier today and even at this early stage, there are already players using exploits and bugs, consequently plaguing the servers of Halo Reach. But Bungie are not taking these group of players lightly, and have issued a stern warning to all that are involved, taking the cheating as a very serious matter.
Bungie has stated that they have a a range of new ban hammer tools ready to fire on the individuals that will threaten to spoil the multiplayer experience for it’s swansong, for it’s Halo sendoff.
One of Bungie’s developers had this to say surrounding the matter:
“Our team is standing at the ready behind the sights of our fully operational Banhammer Battlestation. We take the Reach online experience VERY seriously.”
The developer went on to say:
“Bungie has invested years of hard work creating a game that we want our fans to enjoy for years to come and we have zero tolerance for people who try and ruin that experience for others.”
He proceeded to elaborate:
“We are already aware of a number of nefarious deeds by a very small percentage of early adopters and we have already been taking action. We expect that a few more will turn up once the population explodes on September 14th. We will be ready, watching, waiting, firing at will on people who deserve it.”
With a new game comes numerous types of bans, so no form of bad behavior will go unpunished. Players are advised to take heed of this warning if they wish to enjoy the Reach multiplayer experience to the absolute full.
Bungie then went on to give a quick shortlist of such bad behavior occasionally shown by players and how they will conduct themselves in punishing such players.
“We have all sorts of new fancy tools at our disposal now and as we start to come up to full speed we’ll be engaging all of them,” Bungie added. “Voice bans, host bans, console bans, gamertag bans, credit bans and the automatic habitual quitter penalty are but a few of our sharply honed weapons hungering for blood.”
Don’t ruin the fun for everyone else involved, and remember to play fair. Or suffer the consquences.