It doesn’t matter which platform you use, in the end everyone has the same topic on the table. In the famous Google video platform, there are a lot of videos that reflect the problems on all platforms.
What you would need are admins who are active at all times. Of course, this would require a 24-hour service. As is common in other games, the latter could then intervene immediately if irregularities occur or are reported. That this cannot happen for free or for the relatively cheap money to buy the game is clear: I personally can arrange to invest a certain amount each month in something that I enjoy in my free time.
What is preventing unfair gamblers from simply buying the game again? Only a hardware ban, i.e. On official servers, the hardware ID of the system or the MAC address of the respective network card would have to be stored centrally on a server. Of course, there are also ways to bypass these identifying features. However, that would by far not be the overwhelming majority of cheaters who could do it.
A competitive game, which this is undoubtedly here, needs “rule keepers”. Or a program code that is free of errors. However, the latter is impossible to program as this is created by humans
In my opinion, cheaters would stay away from the game if they had to pay something monthly.
What management costs usually also costs money because someone has to provide the service, which in turn also has to feed on something.
What would also be conceivable: to designate “normal” players as admins who have already proven to be very rule-compliant in the past. Vl. those “Choosen from Asura”?
Why this: In the answers to the created tickets, I get the response that the request / complaint cannot be answered promptly due to insufficient staff. But during this time one base after the other is dismantled via unfair means (may I write underm …), or with Speedh … the community of players is driven off the server.