Respawn Entertainment has an anti-cheat system for Titanfall in the works, but has yet to deploy it, software engineer Jon Shiring said on Twitter.
"We have anti-cheat but it is not enabled yet--it will be soon," Shiring said on Twitter. "This is important to us."
Just because the Titanfall anti-cheat measures haven't been rolled out yet does not mean Respawn is sitting by idly while cheating runs rampant.
"Whoah Whoah. We ARE catching them. We are not yet ENFORCING it," Shiring said.
Last week, Respawn announced that it was hunting down and rooting out Titanfall cheaters. It remains unclear what hacks (aimbots, wallhacking, etc.) are most common in Titanfall.
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