Cheating in video games has always come at the expense of the overall experience. After all, no one likes to play PUBG and hit the top of a building a mile away with an M24... using an iron landscape. These issues are more common on PCs, but a host of machine learning-based cheats currently in development promise to annoy console players in the same way.
Despite being illegal in games and even illegal in some countries, the cheating industry has grown exponentially, creating millions of dollars in jobs. You might think cheating is lame, but the truth is that some people don't mind spending their money to "win the race" against their enemies.
To further satisfy their customers, fraudulent organizations are developing new and more advanced tools using artificial intelligence and machine learning. With these technologies, fraud tools become more efficient, more customizable, and more difficult to detect, taking them to a whole new level. One example is the new fraud tool reported by the Anti-Fraud Bureau, which focuses on fraudulent scammers, fraud developers, and fraudulent sellers. Unlike most cheat sets that only work on the PC platform, this one is also compatible with Xbox and PlayStation (unspecified).
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the next generation of cheaters. Consoles are available, and for some time now they are more popular and more trendy, consoles are no longer a safe space for Do not play your games pic.twitter.com/iEQzPVFf1h- Anti-Cheat Police Department
Machine-based cheating may threaten competitive game