It’s safe to say that Cryptic’s handling of the Hunt exploit has been discussed controversially. While we and some of the bigger YouTubers have been critical (mostly because it took so long to fix and acknowledge the exploit), we also know that many of you have different opinions. Also some barking of the endgame population could just be a reflection of a slight concern that one might get banned.
That’s why we’re interested in your opinion on how Cryptic dealt with the situation. Was it ok to never acknowledge the exploit until it was fixed? Are the bans justified or over the top?
How Did Cryptic Handle the Hunt Exploit and Aftermath?
- Abysmal - Mishandled everything from top to bottom... (52%, 859 Votes)
- Neutral - Cheaters got banned, that's all I care about! (13%, 213 Votes)
- Perfect - No complaints at all! (12%, 203 Votes)
- Bad - Still a lot of room to improve! (12%, 201 Votes)
- Good - Not perfect, but they largely acted appropriately. (11%, 174 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,650
Share your opinion by taking part in our poll! As always you can also add your thoughts on our social channels, in the comments below, or on our message board! Last week wanted you to rate the “Lost City of Omu” module. The results (your average rating was around 6.4) are attached below.
On a Scale of 1-10 (10 Being Best), How Would You Rate the Lost City of Omu Module?
- 7 (24%, 146 Votes)
- 8 (18%, 110 Votes)
- 6 (13%, 78 Votes)
- 5 (10%, 59 Votes)
- 10 (8%, 51 Votes)
- 9 (8%, 49 Votes)
- 1 (7%, 43 Votes)
- 4 (6%, 34 Votes)
- 3 (3%, 20 Votes)
- 2 (2%, 15 Votes)
Total Voters: 605
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