Titanfall developer, Respawn Entertainment, has been hinting at steps to weed-out and punish cheaters. Today it announced that those caught red-handed in the aimbot cookie jar will find themselves with some familiar but very unpleasant company. Other cheaters. The developer isn't going to ban cheaters outright but stick them into a pool of other known cheaters so they can use their aimbots and hacks against each other in what could only be described as an unplayable and frustrating game. Here's how Respawn broke the news:

Great news: you get to keep playing Titanfall! Less-great news: you only get to play with other cheaters. You can play with other banned players in something that will resemble the Wimbledon of aimbot contests. Hopefully the aimbot cheat you paid for really is the best, or these all-cheater matches could be frustrating for you. Good luck.”

Wow. Wimbledon of aimbot contests? Sounds intense. Thinking about a way around this? If a non-banned player parties up with a banned player, both get dragged into the banned rooms. But don't worry innocents, if you do happen to party up with a banned player and get pulled into a cheat room you can still abandon your cheater friend and get out, as long as you don't join them.

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[via RockPaperShotgun]