glad that solves the problem. just be psychic and have xray vision so you can see the cheaters cheating so that you don’t get banned for them cheating when you are a SOLO queue player. makes total sense.
The funniest part is that many cheaters get away with cheating without Blizzard noticing it (and others, in the meantime, are falsely banned xD).
How are we, random players, supposed to tell what teammate we’re grouped with is actually cheating ? This is insane.
And for people telling me that “I should be playing with IRL friends or players I know well only”, well sorry to break it to you, I’m the last man standing. All of them have left / moved on for other games …
If you have someone you duo with and they get called out as a cheater like 3 times in one session would you not be suspicious? I mean, I know random idiots call me a cheater sometimes for no reason but that’s maybe once a month at best lmao
Yup, it’s like framing someone on online games and being 100% sure it works.
And this is supposed to be progress ? Blizzard’s bad decisions never cease to amaze me. It’s like the phone number restrictions to a game that was P2P for 6 years and genuinely thinking it was a good idea …
We’re back to square one but I don’t think this is bound to stay. They’ll remove it after the upcoming backlash.
this is ridiculous at best and there’s no way to know or prove it until after the match ends so you can go back and watch the replay. in the meantime, you could be banned for not knowing something. does that sound right to you?
Battle Pass is really slow to grind. The Overwatch team incentivizes Overwatch players to play as stacks to benefit from the XP boost by doing so.
Random player paid 10 dollars for the Premium BP but lacks time to finish it and wants to play in a stack to get the XP boost but yets has no IRL friends to play with since they all deserted the game long ago.
Random player group up with other random people they don’t know (from forums or directly in-game). One player from the group cheats and gets all the others banned too.
Now whenever you meet someone randomly in match and that carried the game, you want to invite to play more games together will be lead you to be suspicious :
“What if they’re cheating… ?”
I guess the new incentive is to invite players that did poorly in a match (or that threw it all match long) just to be sure they’re not cheaters so you can benefit from the XP boost :p… What a way to go Blizzard !
I have friends IRL that I know well that I would be willing to play games with, but also don’t trust 100% aren’t willing to cheat. What Blizzard is telling me that I shouldn’t play with these friends because there’s a miniscule chance that they might. Otherwise I risk my own account getting banned by association.