New anti-cheat system shields popular free-to-play WW2 game Heroes & Generals from cheaters.
Heroes & Generals should be fun for everyone to play – and it is our responsibility to promote a fair play environment.
That is why RETO MOTO, the veteran game studio behind Heroes & Generals, has licensed the anti-cheat system BattlEye to protect the frontline from cheaters.
“Licensing a well proven anti-cheat system like BattlEye, helps ensure a fair gameplay experience for everyone. It also frees up development resources that we can put towards improving and developing the game, benefitting players all around,” says Jean-Marc Broyer, CEO at RETO MOTO.
“We are looking forward to be able to help RETO MOTO in their fight against cheaters and will use all of our experience from past and current titles to protect Heroes & Generals with thesame level of effectiveness while not disturbing the legitimate player in the process,” says Bastian Suter, CEO at BattlEye
BattlEye was introduced in Heroes & Generals with the latest update 1.10.2 along with ten new vehicle paint jobs and a number of player requested fixes.
Heroes & Generals is available for free.