Respawn Entertainment has just recently laid down the law by enforcing bans on PC players who are detected to be cheating. Titanfall’s anti-cheat system, FairFight, has been implemented for a while but only recently had the system started banning players for cheating.
Banned players will see a notice in the lobby to signify that they have been banned by the system.
Titanfall cheaters(read: banned players) will still be able to play, though. The catch? They can only play with other banned Titanfall cheaters.
Respawn refers to the Titanfall cheater vs. cheater penalty as “something that will resemble the Wimbledon of aimbot contests.” And proceeds to wish their cheat purchase good luck: “Hopefully the aimbot cheat you paid for really is the best, or these all-cheater matches could be frustrating for you. Good luck.”
The dev post also clarifies the situation when teaming up with a banned friend or if you are banned and join unbanned players:
Q.)Â If Iâ€™m banned, what happens if I make a party with my non-cheater friends?
A.)Â When anyone in your party is banned, then everyone in your party will be treated as banned for that play session. If you are a non-cheater and you invite a cheater friend into a party, you will be stuck playing against cheaters. If you stop inviting your cheater friend, you will once again get to play with the non-cheater population. You do not get permanently tainted just by playing with a cheater – you are only banned for cheating if you are actually cheating.