If you're looking to cheat your way through the galaxies of Star Citizen; go ahead! Just expect a permanent ban from the game if you're caught. It's only fair.
Saddened of the news that the single-player module wouldn't make its proposed Holiday-2016 launch yet again, the creators of Star Citizen used alpha patch 2.6 to finally out a sub-section of the game that at least gives off a teaser of what's to come.
Adding the Space Marine FPS module to the game means players can experience the shooter Cloud Imperium Games have been teasing through multiple videos for well over a year But with any readily available shooter - especially one that's still in testing - is susceptible to the strange type of person who plays a game only to hardly play it at all.
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Cheaters. Bots. Anything from auto-aim to rapid fire have plagued the FPS genre for as long as its existed. But those having their days ruined by these unscrupulous types will need to gather up some evidence if they're hoping to rid them from the game. Cloud Imperium Games are ready and willing to take the game away from these players if caught; but they need your video evidence to convict the perpetrators. Not only will it back up their claims but "... it helps us improve the functionality of our tools to better combat cheaters proactively." said the developers.
So keep your ShadowPlay or Windows DVR features rolling. Much like their console counterparts, these features can keep a looping, watchful eye on your game. See anything suspicious? Save the last 2-5 minute clip and send it over.