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Cheater is back in Time trail

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Rupe Wilson, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
    Senior HistorX club driver Staff Member Premium Member

    Mr californian Guy is back and has put a stupid time on leaderboards again looks like codies anticheat system is useless...... :poop:
  2. This is most likely a bug,and not people cheating.I'v tryed myself to be in a TT,and all of a sudden notice having an unrealistic time.Like one time I suddenly after an hour or so in TT noticed I had a time of 9.975seks,and im pretty sure it whould have uploaded on the scoreboards if I hadent dashboarded.This was on xbox360 before the patch.I havent noticed anything since,but I whouldent be surprized if the same bug was lurking around on some insuperiour system only to come back with a vegence
  3. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
    Senior HistorX club driver Staff Member Premium Member

    before the patch this person had it the fastest time on most of the tracks and now theve statred again. i would understand the odd track glitch but to me this is not a glitch .... If you look at the tt leaderboards on the pc the times are pretty normal and even though i cant get near some of them , the tracks ive practiced on i do ok this just seems a bit strange to me ....... I hope i wrong and will make my appolgies if needed....
  4. You're not wrong. There's no way you drive a lap around Monaco on 55s. =P
  5. Bram

    Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Don't give cheaters any attention. They live on threads like this :)
  6. If its obvious its a cheated lap/bug due to the fact that someone has lapped say Monza in 3 seconds why not just ignore it?
  7. BECAUSE-We all paid money for it and although we all know by now the name Code'masters' is fully exaggerated, we still want CM to fix this and ensure cheaters cannot get their way. If they do, like this Californian Guy then all other efforts are pretty pointless since everybody ignores the charts/leaderboards and it means NOTHING-regardless whether you drive a genuine fast time or not. Plus we sit on the grid in a race and wonder if there is another subtle cheater in the race- BAD CODEMASTERS-VERY BAD! <---not surprised though sigh...

    P.S.: Plus he seems only to be around 3-4 secs faster now-stinks of track exploit to be honest.