Dealing with cheaters, hackers, and bots in any online competitive game is a difficult task. The constant fight against the hacking situation in Call of Duty: Warzone is one such example, but one community that has seen next to no relief of its botting problem is Team Fortress 2.Team Fortress 2 is rapidly approaching its fifteenth birthday, but that doesn't mean that it's an unloved game.
TF2 still manages to see pretty consistently high user counts on the Steam platform, but many of the players aren't having a good time and are at the end of their rope.Team Fortress 2 Bots Are Now Advertising Bot Immunity ServicesTeam Fortress 2 has been seeing a major botting problem since at least 2020, and it has arguably gotten worse instead of better.
Valve initially addressed the problem in 2020 and made some changes to help limit who could access certain aspects of the game, like voice chat, but the TF2 patches were insufficient at the time and the botting problem continues.
Players report that they can't play the game at all on Valve's casual match servers due to an overwhelming number of bots that automatically snipe opponents the moment they appear outside of their team's base.However, the matter gets worse than that.Read more on gamerant.com