EVE Online outlines February development, vows it’s ‘coming for the bots’
Meanwhile, PC Gamer has a fresh piece out on the same ol’ botting problem that we covered a few weeks back; the publication builds out the argument that botters are seriously disrupting the EVE Online economy, not to mention upsetting the playerbase’s faith in CCP Games, which is already low thanks to the dissolution of the community team following financial hardships at the studio late last year.
This week, CCP Peligro tweeted again that CCP is working on the problem and issues a stern warning to miscreants.
“Client side detection or not: we’re coming for the bots. Don’t take my word for it though. Had a meeting with the EVE strategy team yesterday and the decision was unanimous. We have to thoroughly address this problem.”
Client side detection or not: we're coming for the bots. Don't take my word for it though. Had a meeting with the EVE strategy team yesterday and the decision was unanimous. We have to thoroughly address this problem. #tweetfleet
— CCP Peligro (@CCP_Peligro) February 2, 2018
strictly speaking it's been a problem for one and a half decade. seriously though, this is about getting the message out there – we hear you, and we intend to prove it.. don't take my word for it; wait and see.
— CCP Peligro (@CCP_Peligro) January 15, 2018