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#21 Chris Werb

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Posted 28 January 2014 - 1819 PM

I would not install this pack under any circumstances for a whole raft of reasons.


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#22 Sardaukar

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Posted 29 January 2014 - 1020 AM

They (WG) are probably able to easily detect it if mod makes chances to EXE by check-sum or something. 


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Posted 29 January 2014 - 1109 AM

I vaguely recall a similar sort of cheat being used sometime ago in Battlefield 42.  There was a modern version mod of BF42 that was pretty popular.  The tank stuff was schlock but kinda fun.   The cheat allowed players to shot targets -- even when the targets were unseen and behind cover -- from clear across the map.  I got schwacked by it a few times.  And I only know this cause the retard using it was bragging about the cheat.  As far as I know -- given my own play experience -- the use of the cheat wasn't very prevalent.   


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#24 Marek Tucan

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Posted 29 January 2014 - 1443 PM

We're aware of the existence of this thing - I guess it is worked on but of course, even without SW measures, it is clearly against the rules. On the other hand... If anyone is willing to give his account inffo and card to guys running this, then I may have a bridge for sale as well. 


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Posted 29 January 2014 - 1454 PM

Unless they are going to charge you or rip you off, why would they need card and account info?  Too danerous to consider. 


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Posted 30 January 2014 - 1259 PM

From the link I posted earlier  

...they charge your credit card monthly and are very shady about cancellations
 If they are no longer modifying the .exe it will be difficult for WG to directly detect that the mod is running unless they scan your active processes.  

 

Various macro programs became so popular for World of Warcraft that they eventually modified the EULA to give them permission to do just that.  Eventually they even sued the makers of a macro program (WoW Glider?) that let you program a character to do things like farm monsters, harvest resources and other repetitive tasks without any player interaction.  I think towards the end it would even respond to basic chat questions.


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#27 Colin

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Posted 30 January 2014 - 1637 PM

I play Skyrim so one highly modded unstable game is enough for me. On the bright side the eyecandy factor is way better than WOT.

 

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Posted 30 January 2014 - 1733 PM

Yes I would chose the blonde over tanks.


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Posted 30 January 2014 - 1746 PM

That's such the antithesis of Skyrim and TES which are known for being fantasy games that actually have realistic female armor.  :blink:


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Posted 30 January 2014 - 2022 PM

realistic armour, umm yea sure, yea that's the reason I play it for the realistic armour.....

 

 

 

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