Is it toomuch to ask whenpaying for a game you play online for the system to have an inbuilt mechanism to detect cheats? It’s very easy to do so – in this instance, we’re dealing with lag cheats. What is a lag cheat? Someone who deliberately reduces their bandwidth and/or ping in peer to peer games so as to cause the opponent loss ofcontrol. You can evenbut devices called lag switches that help you do this without all the messy PC windows. To stop this type of cheating all EA need do is log the latency – no game should be able to start unless latency meets the effecteive frame rate criteria and then if either machine drops below this level the game is automatically stopped and the machine that didn’t droplatency is awarded the result no matter the current score. This would end latency/lag cheating tomorrow. But as EA don’t seem to be willing and/or able to do this , in the meantime I’m going to out every player I encounter that Lag Cheats. I’ve recorded every match as proof. Most Lag Cheats don’t start the game lagging – they only start doing it when their opponent is either obviously superior or has scored first.
These players have all been recorded using Lag Cheat Techniques:
mrkokdarsenal23 (this guy is shocking)