Yea the video isn't the best. I used the in-game render thing to upload it but there is a limit to 2 mins of video time and the match lasted something like 4 minutes 30. I've played FPS games a long time, from Quake 3, counter strike, battlefield and pretty much all of the CoD series. I don't just call hacks everytime i lose and can usually tell when someone is just good. But the whole match the guy doesn't have any "off" shots or aim and his sensitivity is very high as you see him constant 180 then lock on. Also 43,000 kills and a KD/R of 3.79 wtf.
I've had matches where i've been 30-1 quite a few times with the remington and got accused of hacking myself. But when i watched back the replay there are lots of times when my aim was terrible, overshooting or getting caught off guard but being lucky not to get killed. This guy doesn't seem to have any of that, he doesn't miss unless someone runs around a corner before he can kill them.
I do have the full match but i don't know a way to upload it to youtube, if you can tell me how i'll gladly upload it so you can make a more informed decision. I usually don't give hackers the time of day, just disconnect and find another server. But it really annoys me how they seem to be getting away with it. Cheaters were rife in MW3 and i don't want BO2 to follow suit.
It will basically cost you money to be able to upload the full game gameplay because you would have to buy either Fraps or DXTory which for me is around £20 or £30 cannot remember.
The advantage of it is, that I can record full gameplays and upload them to youtube of my own gameplay.
There is X-Fire but that has a habbit of making the video and audio go out of sync and you have to mess with the frame rate or pay for some video editing software in order to correct it.
As I said though whilst they do look like a cheater and I am fairly confident they are a cheat but, due to the person I mentioned who has already posted on this thread I don't judge someone of a edited video.
The reason being is that the user in question edited a video a me playing the game to say I was a cheater and when you watched the full video back without being edited you could clearly see I was not cheating.
Nothing against you but I don't trust edited videos for the reason above.
X2 on what weird worlds are these wrote. There's enough on the video for me to be highly suspicious, but unless its a really stupid high settings hack, I wouldn't make a call based off a video, doubly so one that's been edited.
Simple reason is that I consider cheating the most serious accusation that can be made so I won't do it on a whim. As such, when I look at a playback, I consider the guy innocent and if I find something that shows they aren't, then I look for reasons why that evidence is incorrect. Case in point from the other day is one guy I was pretty sure was hacking. When I watched the playback, saw him respawn, approach a room, then turn away, turn back, and fill a blank wall with an entire magazine despite there being no UVA etc, I was. Pretty sure it was a cast iron catch. I then went on to watch the video again, this time from the perspective of the guy in the room and the reality was that this guy was in the top right corner while the other guy was shooting the bottom left.
Conclusion? The guy may have known there was someone in there, but whatever his method of knowing was, it certainly wasn't an aimbot or he'd have known exactly where he was and not have been taking a best guess. This may not apply to all situations and I'm certainly not making excuses for a guy I'd be suspicious of. Just saying I don't like to make a call without heavy scrutiny first. If it stands up to that, at that point I can be pretty sure I'm right
When I watched the playback, saw him respawn, approach a room, then turn away, turn back, and fill a blank wall with an entire magazine despite there being no UVA etc, I was. Pretty sure it was a cast iron catch. I then went on to watch the video again, this time from the perspective of the guy in the room and the reality was that this guy was in the top right corner while the other guy was shooting the bottom left.
Conclusion? The guy may have known there was someone in there, but whatever his method of knowing was, it certainly wasn't an aimbot or he'd have known exactly where he was and not have been taking a best guess.
Pff...I remember when I was going for that 'FMJ kills through objects' CC and I spammed the hell out of walls and certain rooms e.g. HQ & HP and especially on Nuketown & Hijacked in places I know they'd (I would) hide; intuitive guessing game. I'd do a nice 'horizontal line' to hear a hit maker and bam lock-on spraying slightly right & left.
Now to the guy I killed I'm sure it was a WTF kinda kill, but to me it was a quarter to half a mag on an LMG.
Cheating, the give away more so than than an AimBot itself is the Wall Hack and if I watch the kill cam and I see an immediate before and or after secondary 'magical' kill and more than once then I've got a pretty good idea they're a hacker. Often in the beginning of the game the AimBots are set low and maybe even off, but as soon as the guy gets pissed-off from typically being killed over and over -- they make the critical error in judgment and turn-up their AimBots too high and often with Auto-Fire.
3arch doesn't need to see a film to know someone is hacking, and as I mentioned before its a matter of packet detection. My guess is they know second one someone is a hacker, and do nothing until the Reports are too high or a threshold is reached -- and bam -- Permanent Ban.
I rarely accuse someone of hacking, but when I do not only am I often vocal but 9.9/10 correct.
Pff...I remember when I was going for that 'FMJ kills through objects' CC and I spammed the hell out of walls and certain rooms e.g. HQ & HP and especially on Nuketown & Hijacked in places I know they'd (I would) hide; intuitive guessing game. I'd do a nice 'horizontal line' to hear a hit maker and bam lock-on spraying slightly right & left....
Aye, this guy was different which is why I was initially sure until I checked again. The way he moved was basically as if he'd suddenly become aware of something, and the way he aimed there was no feeling around for hits, it was a clear series of shots at one particular corner, and one specific area within that. As I say, it turned out using a different replay that I was wrong but my point would be, things can look like one thing from one angle, and something completely different from another. A didfferent example could be on ET where I remember one time a guy I suspected of tracking someone through a wall. Only when I watched the video back with rshownormals did I see that the guy he nailed around the corner as soon as he went round, had actually been camping and was static. Whatever he looked like he was tracking, it wasn't the guy he shot. **** happens in games sometimes and vids don't always give the full story so I don't like to use them if I can avoid it.
We both 'get' what the other is saying. Want to know the truth, I could have done most of the FMJ kills with a lot less bullets -- I know these maps -- so do you -- I deliberately made the big lines so folks didn't accuse me of hacking. So an obvious line was made IF they watched the film. I know exactly where folks hide, the only question was if anyone's there.
One dirty trick was to use Overkill and have a gun with MMS and then switch to the LMG with FMJ and get the kill.
AimBot set on medium aka hack. Report Razor 116.
BTW - I think (Name looked familiar) this is the douchebag I was referring to earlier in this post, and if so then there is a 3arch God -> http://community.callofduty.com/message/414232970
well.....as i said it seems strange when everyone of your killshots is a dealock on target where the center of your croshairs are locked on the enemies bodypart.. every killshot on that clip your either lined up with the enemies chest or torso after a perfect flick of the mouse.. I been gaming for years it usually takes a flick & a little touchup, your either dead on or way off (strange).
you might as well have been using a sniper rifle because you were always locked on a bodypart with the center of your crosshairs for each time you fired that killshot that retired your enemy... with a shotgun you can have the very tip of the reticle touching an enemy and still make a kill...
For me those perfect flicks & killshots are definitely suspicious looking.
I have been playing the Call Duty series for a long time but since they teamed up with steam it has sucked. With Modern Warfare at least you had dedicated servers and clans that actually had rules like hard core team tactical where you actaully needed uniform contact before you could fire or throw grenades. Now it has turned into a pray and spray camp fest and when people like me complain of camping and spawn killing I get shit on and am told to leave if I don't like it. Call of Duty Modern Warfare had servers that sucked but at least you had the choice to stay away from them but with Steam you have no such pleasure. The admins had the right to kick or ban anybody that they wanted to if they thought a cheater was playing on their server so you could kick and ban them right away with none of this turning them in and waiting to see if they really get banned. I will admit that the game has come a long way since Modern Warfare and the game play and graphics are awesome but they do not seem to care to much about the people that have made this game unplayable and no fun. The cheaters, campers, spawn killers, and so on. They only care about selling games and making money.
haha just a bunch of pansys in this thread comfirming what i already now! Everyone who thinks he got killed by a "hacker" cant take the fact that he got beasted by a better player.