@Noobassaurus sorry pal I don’t speak hood language and therefore cannot understand what you’re trying to say. If you think you’re capable of constructing a proper sentence in English I’ll be happy to have a discussion with you.
@XsTemplar I see your point, man, and I got a lot of respect to the people who are smart enough to make this thing happen. However, how difficult is it for tech giant Blizzard to 1) sue those websites selling cheats (just Google it and see how easy it is), and 2) acquire those cheats and fix it? We’ve never seen them publicly announce how they deal with cheats or cheaters. Valve used to do that, and their games were plagued at the time. The guys developing this game are not to blame, it’s their bosses who don’t do enough to ensure they have the means to fight this problem. Overwatch is slowly becoming CS/COD with more and more cheaters showing up and ruining our experience, and what do we get in return? “Overwatch 2”. Who cares about that.
@VurrChachino I agree, but are they doing enough? It’s like the police chasing heroin dealers. They might not be able to make users stop consuming heroin, but they can make the dealers run away.
What you proposed has already happened in many other games and I’m sure that deterred some people because they realized it’s not worth it. I don’t think it’s happening in Overwatch; if it is, Blizzard should come forth an announce what they’re doing in favor of the honest players who paid good money for this game and want a decent experience.