Aimbot Cheaters Active in Titanfall PC version, Respawn is Rooting them Out


Titanfall has been released only in the North American region so far, and today it will be launched in Europe and Australia. It sounds too early for cheaters, aimbots and hackers to swarm the shooter but sadly, they are already in the game.

Respawn Entertainment acknowledged the problem and is aware of certain Aimbot cheaters who are active in Titanfall PC version. Furthermore, the developer is already geared up and working to get rid of them.

Couple of hours ago, the official Twitter profile of Respawn Entertainment acknowledged that there were cheaters among the players, doing what they do best. The tweet assured that they were being accounted for and will be rooted out of the Titanfall PC version soon.


This was followed by questions from users and among them; someone asked what exactly would be categorized as cheating. The reply from the Respawn team clarified by saying:


Do consider that it is not only aimbot cheaters that they are fishing out of the game, there could be others who are cheating using different techniques.

Nevertheless, as long as the developers are keeping a vigilant eye out for the ones who are in for their own pleasure, even if it ruins the fun for the others, you have nothing to worry about.

As the tweet reads, they will only kick out the cheaters, and the normal players will not be affected by it.

Let’s hope that Xbox One version of the game stays clean from the trouble, or at least cleaner than the Titanfall PC version.

By Sarmad Lillah

Sarmad is one of the more refined and cultured among us. His favorite game is Mario, and he once had dreams of going to plumbing school. Now he's 25, a finance major and having the time of his life writing about videogames.

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