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Darkfall (DFND)
Aventurine SA
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel 2012)  | Pub:Aventurine SA
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Update From Tasos: Support and Cheating

Posted by Keith Cross on Mar 31, 2009  | Comments

Update From Tasos: Support and Cheating - Darkfall -

Darkfall's Tasos Flambouras has posted a brief update on the Darkfall forums, addressing concerns about support requests, and then responding to claims of rampant cheating in the game, asking people to pay attention to players of the game rather than forum posters or Youtube.

The shop will be open today again for a limited number of copies. This will happen at 3PM GMT.

Second, having to do with support requests: If you see your support request priority is low, it doesn't mean that we’ve classified as low, it actually means it was handled immediately. Requests are currently prioritized by order received. New requests have a lower priority than older ones.

Concerning cheating and exploiting: We’re banning some people almost every day but the problem is minimal to say the least. We’ve also been working on addressing the issue at the source as time permits.

Most of the people getting banned are confused by claims they cannot be detected because we have a small team and won’t dedicate resources. Trolling posts on this and other forums and videos on Youtube attempt to create the false impression that cheating is rampant. The logic behind this is: everyone is doing it, and so should you. This couldn’t be further from the truth however.

Most of the people posting about cheating in Darkfall aren't even playing the game and are doing so to create an impression. The only way to really know what’s happening in the game is to ask a few players you know for a fact are playing how many times they’ve seen people using exploits since we started banning for it.

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