Fortnite's Battle Royale mode has seen "thousands" of players banned for cheating, and Epic Games has no hesitation in banning more, with Nathan Mooney, Community Co-Ordinator, confirming that battling cheats in Fortnite is "the highest priority" across the company.
As reported by VG24/7, Epic acknowledges that the problem of cheaters in both the Battle Royale and across its games in general is an "ongoing" problem that they're committed to tackling head-on, saying that they're targeting both "the cheaters themselves and the cheat providers".
Epic is not going into details about the exact measures it's taking so as not to tip anyone off, but makes assurances that tools are being rolled out to combat cheaters and that this will continue, with Mooney emphasising that Epic has "no plans to stop" when it comes to tackling cheating.
This is a syndicated post. Read the original at IGN Video Games 2017-10-06.