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  • #201860
    tauronux
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    I’m thinking about trying some RTS games. Last week i tried playing Sudden Strike 4 with VorpX and while the 3D wasn’t something special, i liked the Cinema modes’s big screen. Now i’m thinking about Men of War 2: Arena and Gates of Hell. Their main focus is the online PvP though. So my question is:

    Is it safe to attach VorpX to the games in terms of anticheat engines? Do you guys have some experience with online games? I just want to be on the safe side and don’t want to risk a ban on Steam or enywhere else.

    #201872
    Ralf
    Keymaster

    Heavily invasive anticheat software like BattleEye etc. usually prevents vorpX from hooking at all. Games with more lightweight approaches may technically work, but whether or not that potentially violates a game’s license agreement, only the game dev can tell you.

    That said, e.g. various Battlefield games, Elder Scrolls Online, Fallout 76, World of Warcraft and other games have been played by users for years. I can’t guarantee anything though.

    #201877
    tauronux
    Participant

    Ok, i’ll keep that in mind, thanks

    #219723
    alessiallushi
    Participant

    Hi everyone,

    I just wanted to share my experience with Poki games. It’s a fantastic platform for online games, offering a wide variety of options that cater to all ages and interests. Whether you’re into puzzles, action games, or something more relaxed, poki has something for everyone. The best part is that all the games are free to play and easily accessible through their website. If you haven’t tried it yet, I highly recommend giving it a shot. Happy gaming!

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