I'm no game hack user. LOL! Seriously, getting last place with only 6 kills and 2 deaths got me accused of hacking in Blacklight: Retribution.
Today, I got accused of using a game hack in Blacklight: Retribution and the funny thing about it is that I finished the match in last place. I did manage to get 6 kills and only 2 deaths but I still landed in last place because my team mates performed better than me. Why I was accused of using a game hack was beyond me.
(AbrokenChinaDoll accused me of using a game hack in Blacklight: Retribution. LOL!)
The name of the player who accused me of game hacking is AbrokenChinaDoll. While we were at the lobby, waiting for the next match to begin, he suddenly said “Kab hacks…” in local or lobby chat. Fortunately, none of the other players who were in the lobby with us believed what he said. LOL!
Game hacks and game hack users do exist in Blacklight: Retribution. Many of them are very discreet in using them but some are very blatant. These players who blatantly use game hacks are not afraid of getting ban because if they were then they’ll be very careful and discreet in using them.
A common game hack in Blacklight: Retribution is the aimbot or aimhack. It allows players to easily target their opponents, track them through walls and shoot them when they appear into view. I’ve seen how it works in Counter-Strike many years ago and I guess the concept is still the same in modern first-person-shooters.
There are many ways of detecting a game hack user and and some of these ways are very obvious that even a newbie can easily detect if a player is legit or not. Unfortunately, the only way of eliminating these game hack users is by reporting them to PWE with supporting evidence.
In my case, getting 6 kills with 2 deaths and placing last place is hardly a performance worthy of a game hack user accusation. My guess is, the accuser,¬†AbrokenChinaDoll, has never seen a real game hack user in Blacklight: Retribution before. LOL!