ASUS no longer offering see through drivers
Well, it doesn't help *that* much really. The people that use these drivers in online games will most likely just refuse to use the new drivers. After all, they can't play games worth a **** if they can't cheat. We'd hope that this would stop players from cheating, but It will probably not, for the most part. There should be some incentive to upgrade the drivers so that more people will do it. Just because Asus is no longer offering see-through drivers doesn't mean that people won't be able to cheat anymore.
I have been playing Unreal for aver a year now. I am very good at it. Recently I have seen the use of the Asus Transparent Drivers. People getting smoked when no one is around, myself included. The damage is already done, cheating fools are ruining the game for the REAL players. When we can, we kick them, but it is not always easy to find them. But when the REAL players score is around 90, and some cheater is up around 250, it is a pretty good indication. Granted, everyone can have a real good game, say maybe 130 or so. Asus did all of us a great dis-service my introducing these drivers. I no longer use Asus products, and never will. Besides, their tech support stinks!
Indeed.. It's too bad that there are so many cheat-tools available.. Auto-aimers, shield boosters, whatever - all in the name of tilting the table in the direction of someone less skilled, so they'll feel like a big tough guy.
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