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We know fans have been asking for it, and now Respawn and EA have provided it. The “Report a Player” feature has been added for PC users.

This new features will allow you to report players for cheating and abusing exploits on PC. This report will go straight to the Easy Anti-Cheat and can be done from the spectate view or from the team’s Banner Cards in the Squad tab according to the post.

Respawn adds that preventing cheaters from getting the chance to ruin someones game from the start is still a high priority. The team currently has ” have lots of other work going on behind the scenes,” in regards to addressing cheaters.

Another reporting feature saw an improvement as well as Apex Legends game crashes that don’t prompt an error message themselves can now be reported.

You can find the information regarding reporting from Respawn Entertainment below:

  • Introducing better reporting when Apex crashes on PC without error message.
    • We really want to fix any crashes people happen to get on PC. We also respect our player’s privacy. So, if the PC game crashes, it will write “apex_crash.txt” to your “Documents” folder. This tiny file is plain text, so you can easily see for yourself that it has no personal information. If you choose to share this file with us, it will tell us whether the crash was in Apex or in third party software. If the crash was in Apex, our programmers can use the information to find and fix it. If you experience a crash, please include this file when you report.
      • We protect your personal information.
      • You can easily see everything in the file yourself; we have no secrets.
      • You’re in control of whether we ever see the file.
  • Added Report a Player feature for cheating and abuse on PC.
    • Players can now report cheaters they encounter in-game and it’ll be sent directly to Easy Anti-Cheat. You can do this from either the spectate view after dying or when looking at your team’s Banner Cards in the Squad tab.
    • We have lots of other work going on behind the scenes and this remains high priority for us. We won’t be able to share many specifics of what we’re doing but we’ll strive to provide updates on progress for the things we can talk about.
    • As I’m finishing the notes this morning, 499,937 accounts and counting have been banned for cheating.
    • Speed hacking: We do currently have anti-speed hacking in Apex Legends, but it’s not being as effective as intended due to a bug that we believe we’ve identified and will be addressing in our next server update. Will provide ETA for it when I have it. Working to get it out ASAP.

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