DICE bans cheaters in Battlefield 3

Boosting is a way of improving in-game scores by exploiting a glitch. Many players were caught exploiting a glitch with the Engineer's repair tool

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DICE bans cheaters in Battlefield 3 DICE is coming down hard on 'boosters'
By  Clayton Vallabhan Published  November 15, 2011

DICE recently gave a class in discipline to gamers who were cheating in Battlefield 3. They banned hundred of users as a consequence according to a tweet by the developer.

"This week we've banned hundreds of offending accounts and have stats-wiped accounts for exploiting (such as boosting)," said DICE on its Twitter account.

‘Boosting' is best described as a way of improving in-game scores by exploiting a glitch. Some players found this glitch with the Engineer's repair tool that allowed them to get thousands of points in a single match.

DICE has also asked all players for their help in trying to catch all those players that cheat in-game including but not limited to boosters, by sending a direct message to the developer's @Battlefield along with a screenshot of the Battle Log Report.

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