Shroud Talks About Cheaters
It’s amazing how they “can do almost anything” and still get away with it, according to Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, after encountering one cheater after another in Escape from Tarkov.
For a long time, there have been a lot of cheaters in Escape from Tarkov. One who wrecked one of his friends’ games was exposed by Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar. He even managed to take one down by himself, indicating that he still has it. Shroud, on the other hand, has had a little more luck. Screaming superfans have replaced cheaters in his life. However, during a recent stream, he was confronted with a slew of cheaters in a short period of time.
In the beginning, he had to contend with several speed-hackers. He said, “I swear to God, those were speed hackers. The footsteps that I heard were Mach Speed. It was moving so fast, and it came out of nowhere. It was quiet and then, all of a sudden, the fastest f**king steps ever.”
He also felt that they were utilizing an ESP hack to divulge the names and things of other players to target him on purpose. “Maybe they knew who I was because ESP tells you your name. Maybe they are familiar with the community and know my name.”
He didn’t find them to be the only ones who cheated. He also met an aimbotter. He laughed, “I think he’s cheating. When he peeked up the stairs, he sprayed both me and you and hit us in the head and eyes at the same time.”
In the end, he came to the conclusion that when it comes to cheats, Tarkov is the wild west.
Despite all the cheats, Shroud has been enjoying his current appearance on Tarkov. Fuslie, Sykkuno, and Valkyrae were among the streamers who were introduced to it by him. However, that doesn’t mean he thinks it’s perfect. He urged the developers to make some changes, particularly in terms of how the A.I. enemies behave. It seems like he wants them to ramp up their efforts against cheaters, too.