Once Again, New World’s Player To Player Trading Is Halted Due To An Exploit
They know what the cause is and are working to fix it.
It’s been a bit since New World has last had to shut down player commerce due to exploits but, here we are again. Yesterday, New World Community Manager Luxendra posted on the game’s forums stating that a player report and “internal alarms” notified them of a new trading exploit. They state that it’s one not seen before, so we’re not looking at the return of previous issues.
The post also informs players that the team is aware of the “root cause” of the issue and is working to fix it. Until that’s taken care of, they have once again disabled player-to-player trading to prevent further exploits. Those who have already used the exploit should watch out, as the team is actively banning anyone they’ve seen taking advantage of it.
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