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  1. crabby2004

    Poll: Return weather modes

    No map selection feature... People forced to survive in whatever they land... Like a true battle royale. Oh, and I should add... For me it would be 2 warnings per week... After two warnings 5 minute time out... After a 5 minute time out 30 minute time out. Doubt you'd need to go any further than that. But would be happy to see people spend BP to reenter early - say 500 for 5 minutes and 3000 for 30 minutes?
  2. crabby2004

    Poll: Return weather modes

    In all seriousness... Why is it that whenever I say minor penalties for leaving would improve this you just ignore me and go back to saying "people left fog"? It would really help move conversations between us along if you were more receptive to debate.
  3. crabby2004

    Poll: Return weather modes

    Simplest solution... penalties for leavers. #BRINGBACKWEATHER
  4. crabby2004

    Poll: Return weather modes

    Certainly needs to be less frequent than it was. I'd be happy between 1 in 4 and 1 in 6.
  5. crabby2004

    Cheating Discussion

    I know it's not allowed... I am saying they probably aren't banning people for using it because it WAS allowed... where as editing .ini files has NEVER been allowed so banning people is reasonable.
  6. crabby2004

    Cheating Discussion

    In my opinion... editing the .ini files has never been allowed, so is bannable... but use of reshade was deemed ok by the developers for a long time and so they (quite rightly) don't want to catch people out. It's probably quite likely that in the future it will also be bannable, but right now this is the best way to go.
  7. crabby2004

    Cheating Discussion

    I agree that any positive incentives for cheating need mitigation. I also agree that restricting ping would improve the gaming experience. In conjunction, continued improvement of cheat detection methods will help. At some point, if BH bring in these ideas, then the incentive to cheat (whilst never removed) will be reduced to the point that the companies producing the cheats will no longer be remunerated enough to warrant continued development of cheats... And that's when we get our game back.