Ubisoft is acquiring an anti-cheat maker to crack down on cheaters

Whether the game has a lot of players or a small number, we always find players cheating using cheats that annoy other players and seem to be unequal. As a result, Ubisoft has decided to strengthen its crackdown on cheaters by acquiring an anti-cheat company called GameBlocks recently.

According to Gamasutra, Ubisoft is close to agreeing a deal with GameBlocks, but did not say how much they will buy. GameBlocks is the creator of FairFight to track cheats in games such as EA's Battlefield V and Ubisoft's Rainbow Six Siege. After Ubisoft acquired the developer, they will be able to improve the security of their game even better and continue to sell to other game developers.

Of course, cheating cheats are one of the main reasons why other players want to stop playing any game, which makes them feel unequal and boring. At this time, we can not guarantee that all Ubisoft games will no longer have Cheat users immediately, but also hopefully. 

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