Are you one of those guys in a helicopter hovering near spawn points in Battlefield 3
(say, an aircraft carrier), wantonly exploiting the game and infuriating players? You may not actually be cheating, but we still think you're the worst
That aside, Battlefield 3
developer DICE is apparently looking to address all
cheaters, and not just that guy who ruins the game for everyone with his stupid
, stupid helicopter
, as the company has posted an ad for an "anti-cheat administrator." The move follows a recent redoubling of DICE's efforts
to combat cheating in its latest game release.
Said administrator will be tasked with a variety of responsibilities, many of which you'd expect a community liaison to handle, though the list is oddly missing "put up with staggering levels of infantile behavior from legal adults." Can you tell we don't like cheaters?