Titanfall's anti-cheat policies explained
Respawn has finally unveiled its plan to stop cheaters in Titanfall. Using FairFight technology, the developer has been collecting data on people who have been cheating on PC. And as of Friday, March 21st, they started banning cheaters.
The good news is that if you've been banned, you'll still be allowed to play Respawn Entertianment's wildly popular multiplayer shooter; however, but you'll be relegated to an entirely separate, alternate version of the game --a giant cesspool of like-minded cheaters like yourself.
"You can play with other banned players in something that will resemble the Wimbledon of aimbot contests," a snarky Respawn explained. "Hopefully the aimbot cheat you paid for really is the best, or these all-cheater matches could be frustrating for you. Good luck."
If you are a banned cheater and join a party with a non-cheater, the entire party will suffer. For that play session, everyone in your party will be treated as banned and forced to play in the "Wimbledon of aimbot contests." Same goes if you are a non-cheater who invites a cheater friend into your party. If you are a clean player, you won't be permanently tainted by playing with a cheater and you'll be allowed to play again with non-cheaters after you ditch your cheater friend.
Still want to cheat in Titanfall? If you have changed your mind, but are already banned, then you'll need to contact Respawn.