Dark Souls II Discussion
Did not need to. Since how I know how the game worked in the past and now they have implamented Valves Anti Cheat system. To stop what happened in the past. But due to the nature of the game. They changed it so that you dont have the option to cheat. Because they dont want it. So its a shame. People will complain but I doubt they will change their stance. Since this is what they wanted no matter how they word it.
After CH made a new trainer V1.02, for the patch applied to DSII, the crashes have stopped, it's also undetectable. I play with the trainer active for hours at a time, ONLINE.
Yesterday I played like 5 hours straight, got invaded, did some invading myself for the bell tower covenant, all with the trainer activated and never got VAC banned.
The fights ended so quickly I don't think other players could even tell what was going on. With infinite spell usage you pretty much just spam Forbidden Sun at point blank range and it's GG in about 5 seconds.
This trainer is the best thing to ever happen to this game because the only reason it's bull**** hard is due to clunky animations and delayed attacks... other wise if the player wasn't at such a disadvantage, it wouldn't be so bad.
The trainer also puts douche bag trolls in their place... I hate invaders but I like co-oping to help others, problem is, both these things go hand in hand in Dark Souls II... you can't do one without the other.
Point being, you can use the trainer online, just don't go advertising your Steam profile name as your character name.
If your profile name is FuzzyWuzzyWuzABear, put your character's name as SirHungryMan or something stupid like that...
Completely disassociate your Steam name with your character name so players can't look you up and file reports against your account.
It's simple to not get caught and the oldest internet rule... anonymity = untouchable. This trainer or cheat engine is NOT detectable by VAC, trust me... I've been using both of them since day 1 and have about 60 hours plugged in, I'm on NG++ currently and the game's been out for almost a week.
VAC doesn't ban in an instant, never did. VAC bans usually a couple of days after you cheated. Could even end up being months. Since the game doesn't support any kind of 'VAC off' switch, I highly recommend you do not cheat as long as there is an official statement by some official at either From Software or Bandai Namco Games on the subject matter.
Uh, you can just see who you played with by going into Steam Overlay and seeing who you recently played with.
I could care less if they blocked me online DS2, as long as I don't get a VAC notice on my profile, I'm happy.
If anyone has received a VAC ban from Dark souls 2 trainer, let everyone else know.
We supposed to use trainer for offline, not for online especially in PvP
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