7 Days to Die Discussion
"I don't understand why the trainer would be abandoned on account of VAC being made available. VAC is just an optional feature that each server owner may or may not enable at his or her discretion.
I agree that it would be unwise to use the trainer on a VAC enabled server, but on your own server(if VAC is disabled) or offline seems like it would be fine."
I actually was meaning it as a question, waiting for someone to explain to me why I was wrong. Since there were no comments can I assume that I am correct in my opinion?
[Edited by Asylum7950, 8/8/2014 11:15:58 PM]
On single player and on servers with vac set to false, the vac warning does not appear. I allow the use of trainers on my server for people who just want to be creative with pve and so far there have been 0 VaC bans.
[Edited by savartis, 8/9/2014 4:20:04 PM]
There is no point for discussion. If the developers add a real offline playable singleplayer I'll continue supporting the game. So long it's retired.
Since this trainer is retired, I will see what's available after the next big update and if anybody needs a trainer at that time, feel free to message me and I will share what I find.
p.s. If me or any players who I know that use trainers or outside programs receive a VAC ban. I'll post the details somewhere on this website. As things stand, if you use trainer or external programs such as "cheat engine" do not join vac enabled servers while doing so.
When vac is enabled, you will see a warning on the loading screen while logging in and it will tell you as much in the server description before you join.
[Edited by savartis, 8/9/2014 6:12:20 PM]
[Edited by savartis, 8/9/2014 6:13:06 PM]
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