EA Bans Hundreds of Battlefield 3 Accounts Due To Cheating

By   /   Nov 13, 2011


Everything is fair in love and war! However, EA has a different opinion, over the past week Electronic Arts has banned “hundreds of offending accounts” on Battlefield 3. Plus they have removed the records of players who opted for unfair means (i.e.” boosting”, e.g. using in-game glitches to boost their score).

EA plans to take “strict notice”, if anything like this happens in the future. Moreover EA has decided to fix such glitches, which will allow safer, and fair gameplay. And if you also know someone who is cheating (it doesn’t mean that everyone pawning you is a cheater though), you should inform the support or post on the official forums to play your part in the fight against unfair gameplay.

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