Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 PC anti-cheat tool rolling out

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 PC anti-cheat tool rolling out

Bandai Namco is about to crack down on cheaters in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 on the PC according to an update from the team.

On Wednesday a new anti-cheat tool will be activated. Modders who are concerned about it affecting things such as cosmetic mods should not be worried. Bandi Namco states, “It will not affect cosmetic mods”. However, if you anyone is caught cheating they will be banned.

Bandai Namco explains how this will work in the update.

This Wednesday we will release a new anti-cheating tool for DRAGON BALL Xenoverse 2 on PC/Steam. It’s designed to stop online uses of boosters, gameplay alterations and various cheats contributing to an unfair online environment. This will be seamless and automatically disable cheats, but users who insist on going around the anti-cheat will be banned by the system.

How will this work?

The game will be updated with the new tool, which will scan the game’s binary files to ensure they are identical to the files delivered by the developers. The frequency is going to vary somewhat, but it will not have a performance impact.

This is a new tool so we look forward to your feedback and concerns. Thank you and don’t hesitate to ask questions in this post.

With any luck, modders won’t be affected when this rolls out, just be aware it’s happening.
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