It looks some Dota 2 users aren’t exactly playing fair. Valve’s MOBA title appears to have been seeing some players hacking in the game using command scripts, which has been causing some pretty unpleasant results. Players have been using hacks to do things like crash the game’s servers and create incredibly loud noises in-game. As reported by Dot Esports, hacks have been cropping up in Dota 2 with some pretty strange consequences of late. It’s not clear exactly what these are or how they function, but players have already started taking to Reddit to talk about what they’ve seen. For example, a Dota 2 statistics site Stratz staff member – who goes by username Stratz_ken – has posted about “sound hacks,” which they say are “becoming more common.” This hack, as the user explains, is basically some players purchasing the Arcane item Shadow Amulet in the game, and then “scripting to set off the sound globally” – resulting in an incredibly loud noise in-game. In the post, Stratz_ken says that last week they discovered a user generating about 700,000 item “events” in a single game, when the average number is only around 50. As of Monday morning, they say more than 50 players are doing this.
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