Valve has removed all Team Fortress 2 items earned through cheating, while simultaneously rewarding players who have stayed legit.Some players, it transpires, have been earning items in the game through the use of external idling programs, and a zero-tolerance policy has just been enacted to make sure players know about this. As the policy wasn’t in place before, those who cheated to get items have only had those items that were obtained through cheating removed.Valve warns that in future, anyone caught using external programs to get items will have all of their items wiped.Those who stayed good, on the other hand, have been rewarded. According to Valve’s Erik Johnson, “everyone who took the moral high road will soon be finding a new hat in their inventory.””We’ve also significantly increased the chance of finding any of the existing hats,” he added.Players have the ability to trade items and to craft duplicate items into ones they actually want before too long, but attempts to gain much-desired items through cheating are understandably frowned upon.Hats for everyone! If you’re a Team Fortress 2 player, check out the info on the recently released patch. But anyway: hats!

Paul Younger
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