Beyond Action Target Software BLOCK

Behaviour Interactive finally takes initiatives against prevalent cheating in Dead by Daylight

Reading now: 955

In a new blog post from studio Behaviour Interactive, the Dead by Daylight developers have finally addressed the prevalent cheating issues that have plagued its servers for years.

Following Otzdarva’s most recent video detailing his recurring experiences with stream snipers and cheaters, it seems Behaviour Interactive has had no choice but to inform the Dead by Daylight community of its action plan on how to address the unwelcome and widespread presence of cheaters in-game. Related: Dead by Daylight streamer Otzdarva is “worn down by stream snipers,” may switch to different games Behaviour Interactive’s forum post, simply titled “Update on Cheating,” presents a roadmap of how the developers are going to be addressing cheating from now until 2023 and beyond.

The studio’s main course of action includes automatic and manual bans for players abusing cheating software in-game. In collaboration with their anti-cheat partner, Easy Anti-Cheat, if the program detects a user utilizing any cheating software, their account will be automatically banned.

By contrast, manual bans will be based on player reports in order to manually block cheaters using software not detected by the anti-cheat program.

The website is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.