“New World’s latest problem appears to be… scores of fishing bots.”
The “New World’s latest problem appears to be… scores of fishing bots” is a problem that has been present for a while. The New World has had their own problems with the fishing boats and now they are trying to sell them off.
Something isn’t quite right in New World. It seems that some terrible gamers are attempting to get an advantage by using bots since they would otherwise fail. But who are these squids, exactly? Hook, line, and sinker, they’re going to be caught. Instead of spoiling this game for the mere greed, people should go back to perusing the internet.
Now that I’ve gotten that out of my system, let me tell you the truth. New World, a game that has had its fair share of problems since its release, now has a new one to deal with: a swarm of fishing bots.
“Ha ha!” you exclaim, ignoring the fact that it’s simply fishing. However, waves upon waves of unstoppable bots swarming the shoreline make it almost difficult for players to get much-needed minerals unless they purchase them from the bots.
“There is a fishing bot on my server that sits in the same area for at least 18 hours a day,” one user testified to PC Gamer. [It] has single-handedly damaged the prices of various things, crippled server fishing, got hundreds of complains, and is yet unbanned.”
Fishing may be the most visible, given the lakeshores provide a good view of the offenders, but resource squatting is also taking place in other industries. This poses a significant challenge for players attempting to progress properly in a game without shared nodes. That’s not to mention how the economy is being harmed by this automatic flood of materials into the auction house.
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