Originally Posted by Swift Castiel
I think 1/60 is perfectly fine. If you read the article he blatantly states at the start "I am a hacker".
Every server is the same. Not just metro. There's plenty 2000 ticket everything servers that take like 2 hours to finish.
Regardless of this entire article, DICE/EA doesn't handle hackers right anyway. Barely any bans, if any, and just stat wiping, which doesn't change anything apart from a few numbers.
Yes, I saw he considers himself a hacker. But someone who just buys a hack is just a cheater (and more often than not a very bad player). Not a hacker. That's what I meant.
I'm annoyed by the fact he claims people who can get over 700-900 spm are often hackers. While that blatantly isn't true. If you, like he did, consider 250 spm a good player then I'm afraid we'll be having a witchhunt soon enough.
I'm just very skeptical towards this self-proclaimed hacker and his claims. And I think the situation on the battlefield isn't that bad at all. Can't recall the last time I was convinced someone was hacking.
Especially in a game where hitdetection can be very iffy, tanks and choppers have proximity scanners and IRV, 3D spotting and MAVs. Or just using your brain ... If I run to a building and I know the adversary saw me advancing then I won't sprint up the stairs with my back towards him ... People can be insanely predictable and if they can't think or look at all the possibilities before calling someone a hacker then it's just sad. Learning from your mistakes is the only way to get better. Buying flashy gaming mice, keyboards and headsets won't do anything ...
PS: oh and if you do come across hackers so often: Stop playing metro servers with a billion tickets and play some "real" battlefield
And I'm not attacking anyone as a person here, just giving the possibility that this guy might just be a frustrated attention wh.... meanie-pie