From PCGamer: "I was skeptical when I came across a Reddit poster claiming they "for sure" encountered a cheater in ranked Rocket League. Uh huh, just like how everyone who kills me in Rainbow Six Siege is "for sure" aimbotting, right? Then I watched the video. Well friends, I regret to inform you that people are cheating in Rocket League.
The alleged cheater was actually on the same team as ghost_snyped, the Reddit user who posted the clip(opens in new tab) embedded above, which shows the cheater's perspective for part of a doubles match. I've been playing Rocket League for seven years and I have never seen a human being play like that at any rank. There are masterful Rocket League dribblers out there, but it'd be unusual for a skilled player to stay so rooted to the field—most throw in some aerial maneuvers here and there—and to carry and flick the ball that flawlessly. "
Where's the self learning AI that should've been in some games years ago? Games like Killing Floor and L4D would benefit a lot from it.
Self learning Ai cheating Is interesting
So? Now everyone can be a pro at Rocket League, instead of it being gatekept by a few elite.
At least that's what I'm told when it comes to AI generated art.
Oh what, it's different now?
They don't care about fixing problems so might as well do everything to tank it