We have been made aware of two new exploits that could potentially be abused to ruin the enjoyment of others. While our team investigates and fixes these issues, we will be banning players who abuse the following (in accordance of our game rules, which can be found here: https://forum.deadbydaylight.com/en/discussion/19450/):
- 2+ killers in a match exploit: Abusing bugs to join a public match a second killer
- Legion mend time exploit: Abusing a bug with Filthy Blade and Nasty Blade add-ons to greatly extend mending time

If you witness a player abusing the Legion mend time exploit, please be sure to report them through the in-game report system. There is no need to report the 2+ killers in a match exploit. We have access to data that will allow us to find the players abusing the exploit.

Minor spelling edits cause discussions to be held for review?

Why? I get that there might be some sort of anti-flooding system at work here, but why not just accept the change without bumping the topic, especially if it occurs within less than two minutes of posting?

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  • TromanTroman Member Posts: 28

    This is indeed very confusing. My post just disappeared after an edit and I didn't know why.

  • powerbatspowerbats Member Posts: 6,943

    It's due to your accounts being newer and the spam filter holding them for review. @MandyTalk or @Peanits if they're on can clear it up for you.

  • PeanitsPeanits Dev, Community Manager Posts: 1,799
    Heyo. There's basically a spam filter that catches most spam posts. Sometimes it'll catch a legitimate post and flag it. A mod has to come through and approve it or confirm that it's spam. The reason why it sometimes flags on edits it to prevent someone from posting a legitimate post, then editing it to spam.

    Hang tight, I'm out right now but I'll check it out soon.
  • powerbatspowerbats Member Posts: 6,943
    edited December 2018

    Speak of the devil. 😁

    Sorry Peanits I couldn't resist that one, the timing was too priceless.

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