There's a Fall Guys speed hack now being used by some players and it's plainly obvious how their fall guy is fart-propelled in races.,
The developer is already working on a fix. “I’m expecting more cheats to make its way out soon — at least on the PC version.“ This is why we don’t need crossplay with PC. The platform is full of cheaters.
One of the reasons I stopped playing on PC altogether. You’re always dealing with cheaters, compatibility issues, updates for windows and drivers. It’s so nice having a day off, plopping on the couch, grabbing your remote and having it work. The graphical and FPS improvements are not worth the hassle IMO. Especially considering a lot of the multiplat games aren’t even optimized for PC! And a lot of playstation exclusives are more graphically impressive anyways!
Its funny because I moved from mainly console to pc because of all the cheaters on console using xim's to be able to use mouse and keyboard, games still think you are using a controller so it still has aim assist. "updates for windows and drivers. It’s so nice having a day off, plopping on the couch, grabbing your remote and having it work." such bs lol windows updates work the exact same way as a new ps patch would, you click download and wait
@djp that’s total bs they amount of cheaters on console especially ps are slim to none compared to pc
Lost to a cheater on the final round, I had a solid lead but the dude just zoomed on through and trolled at the end till we got close and grabbed the crown. Fucking A, man...sticking to playstation until/if this ever gets fixed. :(
Speedhacks already get dealt with a fat permaban. The fact that their name is hidden is what concerns me the most.
I know day 1 you could use cheat engine to edit currency values and they instantly fixed that, but let this still run rampant.
How sad do you have to be to cheat on a family friendly, platformer battle royale?
People will cheat in ANYTHING. It’s fall guys for gods sake.
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