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 Gameguru Mania News - Feb,24 2017 -  
For Honor Cheaters Banned - briefly
(hx) 10:48 AM EST - Feb,24 2017 - Post a comment / read (4)
For Honor players claim they’re getting banned from the online fighting game because of a haywire, or over-sensitive, anti-cheat program. Players are getting kicked from matches after receiving the EasyAntiCheat 0006000043 error code, which means Ubisoft’s software detected "an authorized hacking program." It’s a problem players have encountered since For Honor’s beta.

Following its February 14th launch, For Honor’s development team has continued to tweak EasyAntiCheat’s ban criteria and, on Ubisoft’s forums, community developer Eric Pope laid out a thorough troubleshooting processed for innocent banned players. On Tuesday, Ubisoft announced a 'hotfix' had come. Despite this, players say they’re still getting kicked for reasons beyond their comprehension.
last 10 comments:
Csimbi(11:33 AM EST - Feb,24 2017 )
That's UBI for you all right.
At least the Blizztards managed to get this right.

Tom(12:08 PM EST - Feb,24 2017 )
Csimbi> That's UBI for you all right.
At least the Blizztards managed to get this right.


Correction. That's PC for you. Pay tons of money for a PC only to be fodder for hackers.

Csimbi(03:13 PM EST - Feb,24 2017 )
I'd call that freedom.
If you want to cheat, why not?
Just don't go cheating in online games.
Set up a LAN game and knock yourself out with your friends who don't mind cheating.

Tom(01:31 AM EST - Feb,25 2017 )
Csimbi> I'd call that freedom.
If you want to cheat, why not?
Just don't go cheating in online games.
Set up a LAN game and knock yourself out with your friends who don't mind cheating.


Trainers etc fine. But that's not the reality, there is a market out there for cheats on PC and proof smeared all over Youtube. https://www.iwantcheats.net/ Hey Look! For Honor!

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