Seems your screenshot didn’t quite finish uploading, wanna give it another shot so we can see what the issue is?
I play on live quite a bit with other people in the community to see how things are going. I typically call people by character name and it people seem to get it, maybe with the influx of newer players this is a little trickier so we’ll have to keep our eyes on it but I’m unsure of it needs a change per se.
I’ve responded to your email but just in case you check here first the logs you sent show connection to the game server being blocked by either a firewall of an antivirus, as you said you checked firewall settings perhaps you missed one, otherwise antivirus would be the next bet. Try disabling or putting in an exemption for Deceit and let me know how it goes.
Like many other community managers in multiplayer games, I have no intention of posting a video or further elaborating on the specifics of how our system works or the data it collects. As I’ve already made clear, I see many details on the match myself and found the descriptions of the reports to be accurate.
This topic is now closed and as you seem unwilling to even express an apology for the words you chose to scream at other users across numerous games I will also be removing you from the forum. Perhaps in future if you wish to appeal actions taken against your account in line with a game’s publicly available rule set do so by acknowledging the breach of rules and apologising instead of seeking other individuals to shift the blame to.
@UniverseLexus Yes, we’re testing different balancing aspects of this whole thing and will be paying close attention once it’s live just in case it works out differently from our internal play testing as games so often do.
As I’m sure many of you have seen our studio recently expanded as we secured a large investment for an upcoming open world title which was announced via various news outlets late last month. For those of you that are out of the loop you can read more about that here. We’re using that to show some love for our existing fans through greatly expanding the scope of our upcoming update to Deceit and making the game free to play. In addition to this, we’re offering anyone who already owns the game, or chooses to buy it prior to the update, a bunch of goodies so you can celebrate with us.
Starting October 13th Deceit will be completely free meaning all the users emailing us, tweeting at us and direct messaging us that they’d love to play with their friends and fans can link them to the store, wait for them to finish downloading it and hop in to a game. We believe Deceit is at it’s best when enjoyed as a fun party game and now to further bolster that, everyone is invited.
For existing players and those that choose to pick up a copy prior to the update, we have a special pack of four exclusive cosmetic items, a 3 day experience booster and 10 loot booth tokens which we will be rolling out shortly – our way of saying thank you for all of the support shown to us throughout developing our studio’s first title. For those of you who like to unwrap your presents early, below is a shot of Hans and Nina showcasing a sneak peak of the exclusive gear: An ‘innocent’ shirt, an ‘infected’ shirt, a new look for the pistol and a terror jawbone melee weapon.
In case you missed it, you can read about the upcoming gameplay changes in the patch preview thread here, where we still welcome additional discussion whilst we’re fine tuning things for release day. As always, stay up to date with us by following on Twitter, Facebook and Twitch TV for all of the latest news.
What’s your SteamID?
Nevermind, no need. Yeah you’re not getting unbanned. Good luck shouting abuse and racial slurs on other games, you’re not welcome here.
I don’t ‘take the words’ of anyone actually. I have no reason to since I can see the matches myself.
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