- Dec 7, 2007
It's only a game.Cowabungaa said:That is unjustifiable. Absolutely draconian. Cheaters are nuisance, sure, but that's borderline robbery. Goes to show that games-as-a-service is not a good idea. Banning them from Overwatch is one thing, but this is a whole 'nother level.
As for Overwatch itself, I'd rather have cheaters forced to simply play offline. You can't play nice with people? Here, a bunch of bots to cheat with to your heart's content. Have fun on your own. Robbing them of their purchase? Nope, a bridge too far in my book.
I don't get the cheers for this in this thread. Cheaters are just a childish nuisance, what the hell people?
Banning someone from playing Blizzard games wont negatively effect their lives, it wont tear apart families, it wont physically hurt anyone, at worst the cheater is out a few bucks. Blizzard cutting someone off from their catalogue because they were making it an unfun experience for other players seems perfectly acceptable to me.
The cheater can always just go play something else.