Few things ruin a rousing online experience like shameless cheaters. It seems they're like a virus that can never be killed, only contained.
Well, at least we can get some containment from Sony concerning the cheaters that will often infect the enjoyable online world of Warhawk . One of the game's original producers, Dylan Jobe, just recently made an update to his Twitter page , warning cheaters that Sony is now cracking down on those who are too cowardly and unskilled to compete with others on an even keel. Jobe's Tweet reads:
"Warning to all Warhawk "Cheaters" — SONY is cracking down so for those of you that cheat, you are risking a Ban *and* a stats wipe."
This isn't the first time we've seen warnings like this; many other popular online titles have been accosted by cheaters, and if it gets bad enough, Sony or Microsoft will usually respond with an iron fist. No, they won't ever be able to completely erase the problem but when 99% of the matches are cheat-free, that's something we can all live with. Furthermore, in his latest Tweet, it seems Jobe – who recently left Incognito to form his own studio, LightBox Interactive – claims to have reached a big milestone in the production of his new game…which everyone is assuming is a sequel to Warhawk , also known as Starhawk . So hopefully, we'll be able to hear more about it soon.
Related Game(s): Warhawk