Ubisoft has handed over 1,500 For Honor players three-day bans for heavily abusing AFK farming.
Basically, players are able to go AFK (away from keyboard) and keep their character moving throughout a match, allowing them to avoid getting kicked while gaining rewards and experience, without actually playing the game.
As well as the three-day bans, Ubisoft also slapped a warning on 4,000 players who have started to take advantage of AFK farming, but have not yet abused it.
Ubisoft previously warned that players caught AFK farming might be hit with a permanent account ban if they continue to abuse it.
For Honor is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.