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The Division's cheating problem's still a thing. Next up: punishment for Falcon Lost cheesers

Players who used a clipping glitch to cheat their way through The Division's big Falcon Lost Incursion might well be 'punished' according to a community management forum post (opens in new tab).

The Division hasn't exactly had the smoothest launch, with queuing issues, hacks, missing characters and Ubi has already started handing out three day bans for players who disconnect.

The Falcon Lost glitch involves using mobile cover to clip through walls and enter areas without triggering enemies. That means you can clean up on high end gear without having to face the big final fight. Ubi says "we are working on fixing the exploit. Obviously it is against our Code of Conduct and the team is looking into what can be done in terms of punishment."

The terms and conditions (opens in new tab) mentioned in the post specifically lists glitching as an offence, handing out a temporary suspension for a first time and a permanent ban for multiple offences. I'm guessing busted players won't get to keep all those shiny drops either.

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