BlackShot, the free-to-play FPS from Vertigo Games, has announced that it will be joining the long list of competitive games to utilize BattlEye Anti-Cheat software. According to the official press release, “Featured on several AAA game projects such as ARK: Survival Evolved, ARMA III, and DAYZ, BattlEye is a gold-standard software protection service that is constantly updated to guard against exploitative and malicious third-party programs.”

The BlackShot Global Team advises that this is only the first step they plan to take to foster a fair battleground for every player. Check out the game on Steam and be sure to supply the team with feedback on the BattlEye partnership.

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  1. WOdeWOW on March 28, 2017

    Well there goes the rest of the playerbase!

  2. Debomdebom on March 28, 2017

    now they have no player base lel!!! As in all that was left was the cheaters themselves.

  3. doped on March 26, 2017

    Too late isnt ?

    • LAMBDA471 on March 27, 2017

      Not to mention how outdated the game is – both mechanics and graphics-wise. It feels like you’re shooting a car dealership inflatable man with marshmallows.