Volvo has recently announced that it is aware of the Team Fortress 2's bot bug issues that have disrupted the players' experience and will address them soon. br>>
Dealing with cheats, hackers and bots in any multiplayer online game is hard work. The ongoing problems with Battle Royale Warson to prevent fraudsters are one such example, but one game that has not seen any improvement in these areas is Team Fortress 2, though. The game is approaching its 15th anniversary and is still one of the most popular games on the Steam platform. However, many players do not have a good time in it and intend to leave the game.
Currently, the game suffers from a large number of automatic players on its public servers that experience the game for The real players are tormented. These bots are said to send endless spam to the chat section, kill players with unparalleled accuracy, and even completely disrupt server performance. Although it initially fixed the issue in 2020 and made changes to restrict people from accessing certain aspects of the game, such as voice chat, game updates were not enough at the time, and problems persist. p>
Now the official game account has announced in a tweet addressed to the player community:
We hear your voice. We love this game and know that you feel the same way about it. We are aware of the importance and magnitude of this problem and we are trying to improve the situation.
It is worth mentioning that this recent tweet was the first reaction of the game developers to its problems in the last two years. In line with the news about other players' campaigns, Red Dead Online users have also tried to attract the attention of developers. In this game, there are no unpleasant bots that want to disrupt the experience, but instead, they ask Rockstar to release more updates and content for the game. Take-Two Interactive chairman Strauss-Zelnik endorsed the campaign, but noted that in the end it all depends on Rockstar. Personal and during this period, with an average of more than 70,000 players at the same time, has shown its value.