Titanfall bans have begun as first players get kicked, anti-cheat measures imminent

Tuesday, 18th March 2014 10:03 GMT By Dave Cook

Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that it has started kicking players from the game over cheating activity.

It follows confirmation that anti-cheat measures are coming to Titanfall soon.

Over on Twitter; Respawn confirmed that policing measures were rolling now:

Jon Shiring then stepped in to explain that anti-cheat has always been used in Titanfall, but that the team is only now taking action:

Make sense? Let us know what you think below.

Via MP1st.



  1. SuaveArmadillo

    I like the sneakiness, let all the cheaters think they have it all figured out and then BAM! Drop that banhammer on them like a Titan.

    #1 9 months ago
  2. EmbraAgain

    Any hints as to what from the cheating takes? I’m oddly fascinated by the lengths some of these goits will go to.

    #2 9 months ago
  3. EliminatorEli

    Props to them tbh,
    Its better to let them do their thing, gather data on how they are hacking and what they are using, then take them down. But risky business when people are paying for a service, as we know its not a “game” as it has no single player, no fall back.
    Alas no more for me, killed pc, looking at getting repaired with or getting a new rig. Makes me wonder though how many people with a small SSD drive a coping with the 50gb cap needed

    #3 9 months ago

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