As the Core Gameplay Designer at DICE working on Battlefield V, former FNATIC player Florian Le Bihan – DRUNKKZ3 – is very good at first-person shooters. Yes, even ones not made by DICE. Le Bihan has been playing a spot of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and happens to be quite adept at shooting people in the head.
So much so, that he appears to have been banned, for being too good. It’s likely that Le Bihan triggered the automatic anti-cheating systems in the game and been flagged as an aimbot-using, cheating nogoodnik. He appealed to Treyarch to remove the ban, using footage of his unassisted sniping glory.
Dear @Treyarch (also @TreyarchPC),
Please find attached to this tweet (below) a great video of me killing some other players on #BlackOps4. Accept this as a token of my appreciation towards your game (please unban).
P.S: Sorry for the bad edit, I know.https://t.co/grR2HreD20
— Florian – DRUNKKZ3 (@DRUNKKZ3) October 23, 2018
What makes the situation a little funny though is that the same thing actually happened with Battlefield 1. That game’s own anti-cheating system – Fairfight – pegged good players as cheaters, banning many players in the process.
Still, LOOK A THIS. No wonder he was banned.
Last Updated: October 24, 2018
October 24, 2018 at 13:39
It is unfair how a player like that can do so well. What the developer should do is take 40% of his score and redistribute it to the players that do badly. That way everyone will have fun.