Many players who "survive" are complaining about cheating in the game, especially in China, a claim recently admitted by game producer and creator Brendan Greene that the vast majority of Cheaters are from China.
In an interview with Kotaku, Greene said: "Now about 99% of the cheaters in the game are from China, but not only from China, but cheating in the world nowadays has a huge market. Geographically speaking, There are a lot more people in other places. & rdquo;
"Jedi survival" flooding
In recent months, there have been a large number of cheaters in "Jedi Survival." Some of them even promoted their plug-in in the game in the way of previous site-to-door promotion. As a result, many overseas apparel players also urged not to let Chinese players Appear in other regions of the server. However Greene thinks everyone should take a more rational view of this matter.
"I do not think it is a good idea to do this (banning Chinese players from entering other servers).Yes, most of the plug-ins come from China, but that does not mean that all Chinese players are cheaters. Too many bad people negate the whole country, so it is too much.. & rdquo;
Overall, Greene's community of Players, which currently seeks to survive, is very good, but he also said the difficulty of anti-plugins is not as easy as many players think. The game's new online anti-cheat system has reduced cheating by 67% in the past few months, and development teams are currently training new auto-anti-add-on systems to take advantage of "data and some other ways" Quickly, more accurately in the plug-in open at the same time they will catch a current.
At the same time Greene also said they will make the game more competitive, thereby reducing the chances of players experiencing plug-in games, and called on players to actively report plug-in: "If you can see 50 open service ah this day , Then I hope you can report to us at the forum, we will look at these data, will look at these reports, plug-in then have to report. If you do not report it, then we have no alternative. & rdquo;