Call of Duty: Black Ops III Discussion
First of all, I didn't cheat using the trainer with Black Ops III totally online, I used it while the game offline since it's not necessary to keep Steam offline just in case I need to access my other games faster, yet my first two Steam accounts got double TAC banned. Also, I played the game's multiplayer and co-op campaign clean.
It's best that Caliber retire trainer development for this game than to get more people's Steam accounts TAC banned and complain about not being able to play in VAC/TAC-enabled servers for putting the game totally offline and using the trainer. And no, this trainer does not work with DLCs at all.
[Edited by samuel_1198, 7/22/2016 12:16:38 AM]
no. you run the risk of ban using anything on these games. we have no knowledge of why, what, or how you can get banned even in SP mode. The developers of the game are the best source of this info.
(If you check your Steam profile either via the client itself or the website it should show more clearly whether it's a game ban for a single title or a full on VAC one.)
Happened to me too as I wanted to wait for some patches first, turns out only the first patch was specifically for singleplayer fixes and since then there's been mainly zombies and multiplayer related fixes (A update was released yesterday so it's still going.) but this also includes so called "security fixes" which there's no real details on.
So after having waited and having read up on how it works I tested the trainer via offline mode in single-player but at that point Treyarch had switched to also detecting and banning even offline players so yeah.
It's fairly harmless as it's only for this one game as I see it but if you were interested in legitimate multiplayer then that's going to be impossible on your current account if you do get tagged.
(Better to lower difficulty and go through the SP content without active software in the background either CheatEngine or any other blacklisted software from trainers to possibly other stuff like various overlay software for framerate monitoring or whatnot.)
Ban itself is permanent, a few years ago it was undone after one year but Valve increased VAC and game specific bans to both be permanent and I don't think anyone who has been banned has managed to have Treyarch lift said ban since they are going to see that you were using unauthorized software regardless of being offline or keeping to SP mode or both.
(Certainly plenty of posts about it on the COD Steam community forums for this game.)
[Edited by LordJB, 9/14/2016 6:10:41 AM]
I have completed the game.
The way u said you would get banned if u used the trainer online
if went offline to play the game again deleted the game before i put steam on line again
Would i still get banned.
(just want to try out what the more powerful weapons are like with unlim ammo
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