Watch Dogs 2 Discussion
EAC monitors values that are stored client side and server side, if those do not add up it will reset them to server side and most likely flag you up at Ubisoft.
This cheat is for OFFLINE ONLY and your character/save (you have 3 available on PC) should only be used for that. If you want to play online, create a new character/save for your online adventures.
NEVER mix the two together.
You should be completely offline while using the trainer (Uplay) and all options for Multiplayer turned off.
Never use your hacked character save when online as it will most probably reset you back to normal.
From what I know EAC stores a ghost of your character stats that it syncs up with a cloud version of it, and if it becomes too different it flags you as a cheater.
[Edited by mrzoltowski, 11/30/2016 9:44:06 AM]
I highly doubt so since it's offline, they can't track but as the values are brought over to online play when you don't use the trainer, it might be counted in the leaderboards. To play safe, keep it offline for just that game if you are paranoid kind.
[Edited by Big Boss Fabiao, 11/30/2016 11:04:55 AM]
-enablememtracer (not tested)
-nosplash (Works. Disables game splash screen when starting game)
-gpucapture (not tested)
-editorpc (not tested)
-d3ddebug (not tested)
-noshaderreports (not tested)
-nologfile (not tested)
In offline mode you won't see a range of options available for a game. Since I always try to run this garbage offline if it has to be loaded at all, I didn't know the following until I restarted it allowing uplay to be online and looked:
In uplay click the game, click properties on the left, game launch options, -eac_launcher and save.
Now the expected eac message shows up in the game - good deal.
When running uplay offline it doesn't show that, instead showing the online services aren't available. Unfortunately it gives no indication after that if eac is in fact still disabled, but I assume it is and it's just an oversight by the developers (to account for 2 dialogs in sequence at the start).
Thanks to everyone for helping find a good solution to a stupid single player problem!
Anyone have an idea what would happen if I start the game normally, then after playing for a while, disable EAC? Will my save game still work? Mostly because wile a lot of my game purchases are based on cheatability because I end up getting bored at some point for most games and want to blow through them, I do like to try the game normally first then cheat as needed.
My main concern is will I lose my progress?
Not sure if I care about MP yet or not.
Doubting any impact regardless. Shutting it off appears to have done exactly what we wanted - no MP features, and no screwing with our ability to have fun however we care to in SP.
[Edited by SkyDebris, 11/30/2016 8:12:24 PM]
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