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Respawn Entertainment has announced that it is currently on the look out for cheaters in Titanfall and will take action against them soon.

The developer didn’t say how it was looking for cheaters or how it would deal with them, but they did confirm that “they will be rooted out shortly.” When asked by a fan what was actually classed as cheating, the developer replied that it is looking for users of aimbots and similar hacks.

Yesterday, publisher EA offered workarounds for several issues that are currently present in the game, including connection errors, crashes while accepting game invites, Kinect errors on PC, and installation issues.

Titanfall is available now on Xbox One and PC, with an Xbox 360 release to follow in a couple of weeks. You can read Chris’ thoughts on the game in our review here.

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Respawn: Titanfall cheaters ‘will be rooted out shortly’

By Matthew Bennett | 03/13/2014 06:02 AM PT

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Respawn Entertainment has announced that it is currently on the look out for cheaters in Titanfall and will take action against them soon.

The developer didn’t say how it was looking for cheaters or how it would deal with them, but they did confirm that “they will be rooted out shortly.” When asked by a fan what was actually classed as cheating, the developer replied that it is looking for users of aimbots and similar hacks.

Yesterday, publisher EA offered workarounds for several issues that are currently present in the game, including connection errors, crashes while accepting game invites, Kinect errors on PC, and installation issues.

Titanfall is available now on Xbox One and PC, with an Xbox 360 release to follow in a couple of weeks. You can read Chris’ thoughts on the game in our review here.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89