Splitgate developer 1047 Games is cracking down on the use of ‘queue skip’ software, which players have been using to get into the game quickly.
Splitgate has emerged from nowhere to be one of the most popular games in the world right now. However, this unexpected explosion in popularity has led to players filling up the servers almost all of the time.
Because of the servers being at capacity, many players are put into a queue when booting up the game. Although some crafty players have been using software to skip straight into the game.
Luckily, Splitgate developer 1047 Games has begun to ban players using these queue skip exploits.
But first, make sure to check out how long the Splitgate queue is.
Splitgate Bans For Players Skipping The Queue
The latest Splitgate update has reduced queue times massively. However, players will still have to wait to get into games most of the time.
This has prompted inpatient players to install software on their PC to get to the front of the line.
Luckily, the Splitgate developer revealed in a new tweet that it is banning players who are using these programs to skip the queue. The tweet said:
“We have been banning people who have been using “queue skipping” programs.”Splitgate Twitter
Unfortunately, this seems to be a manual process rather than one which is done by the anti-cheat software in the game. Find out all of the details about Splitgate’s anti-cheat system.
Although, even if manually banning players who skip the queue in Splitgate means slightly longer server maintenance, it’s definitely worth it for shorter queue times for the rest of the time!
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