‘New World’ gold farmers and bots to have game keys revoked

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“We are taking steps to revoke thousands of keys fraudulently obtained to disrupt gameplay”

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Amazon Game Studios’ recently released MMO New World By revoking the keys used for those accounts, the game is cracking down on gold farmers and bots.

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New World Players have been reporting bots for some time, as most will congregate in specific locations to fish and mine gold, so it looks like Amazon is finally taking action. one in New World Forum blog post Starting this week (October 14), a community manager explained what the studio will do to take action.

“We have seen your reports of gold farmers and bots in the game. We take these reports seriously and we want you to know that we are committed to ensuring fair gameplay. As part of this commitment, we are taking steps to revoke thousands of keys that were obtained fraudulently to disrupt gameplay.”

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“As a reminder, please purchase only New World One of our two authorized retailers (Amazon and Steam),” the post adds. “This is the only way to guarantee that the key you have is authentic and works correctly. Be wary of all other sites that claim to sell New World keys. We do not support keys sold by third party vendors as they are often obtained through fraud.”

Despite the game’s immediate success, New World MMOs are going through growing pains, as some users are abusing company systems to extort members out of money, and others attack each other to try and win the war through mass reporting. imposing restrictions.

In other news, Twitch has issued a statement saying that passwords have not been jeopardized in the recent source code leak, but that users should probably still set up 2FA (two factor authentication).

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