Although there is a lot of excitement and expectation for the arrival of Counter-Strike 2, it is inevitable to think about what cheaters could or could not do in the tactical shooter since their presence in games is one of the biggest problems in online gaming. However, it seems that Valve has already got to work and could launch something new to counteract them.
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Valve will try to fight cheaters like this in Counter-Strike 2
Sometimes, the best way to retract someone who is doing something wrong, unfair, with treachery and an advantage is to expose it to the community and perhaps that is the key for Counter-Strike 2 to minimize the impact of those players who like to cheat with software tools. According to Twitter user “Aquarius” (a tactical FPS specialist) the Counter-Strike 2 code (via The Gamer) includes an update to how the Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC) system will deal with the cheaters.
Looks like some sort of new anti-cheat measure is in the works for Counter-Strike 2 called “VAC Live”.
If a cheater gets detected during a match, the match will be cancelled! pic.twitter.com/PQY88sBlMl
— Aquarius (@aquaismissing) March 23, 2023
According to the information, the VAC code that is outlined to operate in Counter-Strike 2 signals a couple of notices. The first informing the players that a cheater has been detected and the second notifying the suspension of the game. Taking this into account, it is likely that the tactical FPS security system will opt for traditional methods including reporting and punishment, but also not allowing cheaters to play, which it hopes will demotivate cheaters and ensure a fair and secure gaming environment. minor problems of this type.
Although the cheater itself would not be exposed, at least non-cheating players will be sure that when a match does take place it will be free of software tools to take advantage of it.
Since we are talking about Counter-Strike 2, we remind you that the dataminers have already done their thing and found references to the mobile platform, which would indicate a release of the tactical FPS on iOS and Android.
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