Fair Play Policy Update (More Bans)

Enjoy the 5th wave of bans!

EU:

1625 accounts received their first and only warning, and 605 repeat offenders were permanently banned.

ASIA:

131 accounts received their first and only warning, and 39 repeat offenders were permanently banned.

NA:

184 accounts received their first and only warning, and 61 repeat offenders were permanently banned.

RU:

8757 accounts received their first and only warning, and 3579 repeat offenders were permanently banned.

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12 thoughts on “Fair Play Policy Update (More Bans)

  1. That`s just how it is in Eastern Europe. Everybody is trying to f… you over constantly, so after a while, you start doing what you can to avoid that, one way or another.

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  2. 1625 ?!?

    Meanwhile, for the current patch just DrWebber Tundra was downloaded from my blog alone about 40k times.

    Or ZJ mods that get updated every week get around 20k downloads each per update.

    With this tempo, the game will be cleaned in about 25 years.

    Good luck with that shit.

    Did anyone notice the low online numbers between the micropatches ?
    Wanna guess why ?
    ZJ and other popular mods did not get updated in time.
    So can we pls stop being hypocrits and just admit that NOW there are more people fully moded than vanilla users (I mean, people who actually play this game)
    I have respect for both groups but this whole paranoia about mods is just another WG PR stunt. Because why fix problems that have been screwing this game for ages. Let’s just blame mods and give the masses someone to hate.

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