Yes, alot of my friends are already making millions. Let’s say you roll mishes, those where you need to find a target. The mish grants you, let’s say, 5k upon completion and another 2k from selling the rewards. Net 7k.
As a fixer, you do those mishes, with rolling and travel time accounted for, in 3-4 minutes.
Some quick maths:
In one hour, you have potentially made 105k creds running a single character, being a fixer. Now we can add to the completion time, but also add 5 other accounts for those running several. Theoretically, it could look something like this:
That’s 420k an hour, roughly counted. Wer’e not accounting for all the small variables but only looking at theoretical, raw data. Results may vary but this is a good bottom line.
We can add in some other factors, like tabbing between the accounts for switching levers and other human factors. Also, in team mishes you HAVE to reach the last floor making it take slightly longer, as such bringing it down to 300k to make it slightly more realistic.
In a day, said examples could EASILY net between 1-3 mil creds, being dedicated and effective. And a lot of players are in fact, dedicated and effective.
What you’re portraying is lack of understanding. That’s alright, I did too in the beginning when there was a repeatable mish making people millionaires within the first hours. They hotfixed that out. Apart from that, people are simply relying on the options there is and play those fully.
It doesn’t hurt to ask around, before you start throwing the sploit accusations. FC is keeping VERY close eyes on the new server to combat just that, and should someone be exploiting or you suspect someone is, take their name and report them for further investigation.