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Paladins: Champions of the Realm is a free first person shooter video game released in September 2016 in advance access produced by Hi-Rez Studios. When it was released on Steam, the game drew 800,000 downloads in one week and was one of the top 10 most popular games by simultaneous users on Steam1.
Each player controls a champion with different abilities. Two teams of 5 players compete to achieve goals such as capturing a point. In response to accusations that the game is an Overwatch clone, Todd Harris said that "Overwatch has not been the inspiration for Paladins," and "the game that deserves the most credit, is Team Fortress 2 "2.
The beta closed on November 17, 2015. The game officially entered the beta open on September 16, 20163
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I absolutely hated this game and not for the game itself, for the company that runs it. The game itself is actually not that bad but that's beside the point. Here is my personal experience with "Hi-Rez Studios" and "Easy Anti-Cheat". I first joined the game a few days ago after getting a little bored of Overwatch and as I progressively played and unlocked some content with my decent aim from all my experience in games like this one... I proceeded to buy around $82.00 worth of extra content however from this moment on was down hill. After spending a lot of hard earned money on this game I wanted to show off my new content in training mode with fellow players in which we all face AI bots. I had a really good round I was having a blast but my bluetooth Xbox One remote (The one I use for most the games I play on PC) started to die and usually when that happens while playing any game on my system it causes a memory leak or some kind of heavy glitch that takes down my FPS and crashes the game till my batteries are replaced. Long story short the game crashed after my controller died well I thought no biggie I'll just re-log like I do every time my controller crashes a game... well I re-log and come back to a big fat banned screen their anti-cheat had detected the glitch as a cheat and banned me right as it happened! I was not upset right off the bat however I was instantly concerned about my account and sent in a support ticket explaining what happened, after a few days they hit me back with some generic message almost auto like response explaining how I cheated and I was banned for breaking the rules. I was very frustrated at this point because they not only sent me a generic response but they also flat out ignored my concerns with what was going on. I thought okay I will try to find another way to contact them so I headed to the Paladins Reddit Discord server and contacted a few employees only to be told to send in another support ticket... I went ahead and filed another support ticket with Hi-Rez and got the same automated message saying I was banned for cheating. I never cheated. | Edit. : 15/08/2018 2:51:42 | Edit. : 15/08/2018 3:49:47